Introducing an extraordinary contemporary mountain home in Park City, Utah, designed by Friedrich St. Florian, renowned architect of the iconic National World War II Memorial in Washington DC, and whose works reside in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York, and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Located in the Promontory resort community, this superb new home epitomizes St. Florian’s harmonic integration of architectural form with nature in its wide-open vistas which overlook the Wasatch range from multiple upper and lower terraces, and a courtyard that opens onto the sixth hole of the Pete Dye golf course. The main level living area features a beamed ceiling and moveable wall of glass doors that seamlessly open onto the outdoor deck. Stunning views continue in the dining room as well as the gourmet kitchen, which is an entertainer’s dream with a fully equipped adjacent pantry containing an additional refrigerator, wall oven, microwave, sink, and dishwasher. Each of the six bedrooms has an ensuite bathroom and walk-in closet. The primary bedroom with a fireplace and spa bathroom, as well as a second bedroom suite and den, complete the main level. The lower level features four guest bedrooms, a family room with a gas fireplace, a gym, a second laundry room, and several flex spaces, one of which could become an elegant wine cellar. After a day spent skiing, hiking, swimming, fishing, golfing, or savoring the local delights of Park City and Deer Valley, return through Promontory’s gate and enjoy the magnificent panorama in this tranquil alpine retreat.
|Address:||7600 N West Hills Trail|
|Lot Square Feet:||1.010 acres|