14,800 Sq. Ft. Mountain Retreat Asks $11M in Sundance, Utah (PHOTOS)

14,800 Sq. Ft. Mountain Retreat Asks $11M in Sundance, Utah

$11,000,000 | Built 1991 | 14,884 Sq. Ft. | 13 Beds | 13.5 Baths | 2.01 Acres
9267 N Mile 23 Lane, Sundance, Utah, United States, 84604

This spectacular mountain retreat just 2 miles above Sundance Mountain Resort with panoramic views of the canyon and some of the most impressive views of Mt. Timpanogos can be enjoyed from the decks and towers of this beautiful property. Designed by architect Dwight Hooker and built in 1991 by Merrill Gappmeyer, this unique property is on the market for $11 million in Sundance, Utah. Enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, floating the Provo river, relaxing or reconnecting while staying onsite. The main home features 12 bedrooms, all with ensuite bathrooms. The large gathering spaces feature a chef’s kitchen, high ceilings and large windows to take in the beautiful views from every angle. The basement features a large gathering room, setup for billiards & foosball, features a huge concrete safe/panic room (which could be a wine cellar), a large 10-seat indoor jacuzzi and a gorgeous, large cherry wood bar.

The sale includes the 12,770 square foot main home, the 1,280 square foot carriage house and the 294 square foot Honey Cabin. The main home and the carriage house are supported by a propane generator that will kick on immediately in the event of a power outage and power everything but 220V (dryers). Dryers are also plumbed for propane, should someone prefer gas dryers. The main home features a 440 gallon water heater and a massive water softener. Both the main home and the carriage house feature radiant heating and in the main home, the concrete at the entry and the valleys of the roofs are also heated. This estate also has the benefit of 0.50 acres of land up near the road that is deeded to where nobody can ever build on it, giving you the feeling or effect of 2.5 acres. This property is perfect for family reunions, corporate retreats or screening and selling movies during the Sundance Film Festival. The property is on the market for $11 million with Brett Sellick of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty.



























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