Nestled among the mountains in Park City, Utah is a majestic estate that’s secluded on 12 acres yet close to everything. Aptly named Greystone, the one-of-a-kind architectural masterpiece is hitting the market with a $10,750,000 asking price. The 14,511-square-foot home at 8066 North Red Fox Court was designed by renowned Salt Lake City-based designer Michael Upwall, who left no stone unturned in striking a balance between Old World charm and contemporary comfort.
Upon entering the property, you’ll find that the multi-peaked roofline and an eye-catching medallion engraved on the motor court elevate the estate’s curb appeal.
A rustic front door leads guests to an awe-inspiring two-story foyer and spiral staircase. The five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home features intricately designed high ceilings and arched passageways. Earthy hues and natural wood tones lend warmth and capture the Old World spirit throughout the estate.
The meticulously designed layout offers ease of living. The main level includes the kitchen, dining room, library, office and master bedroom with a fireplace and spa-inspired master bathroom. The kitchen features top-of-the-line Wolf appliances, granite countertops, a breakfast bar and butler’s pantry. A breakfast nook offers impressive views of the mountains.
The staircase and elevator provide access to four bedrooms on the second floor that are arranged around a cozy sitting area. This level also has a second laundry room and ample storage space.
Areas indoors and out are perfect for relaxing, entertaining, working and working out. On the lower level, a billiard room and home theater are connected to the main family room. Recreational amenities include a fitness room and steam room, indoor basketball court and space for table tennis and gaming. A fully-equipped woodworking shop of professional quality is on the main level.
A spacious wet bar and wine cellar in the lower level are conducive to intimate gatherings with friends and family.
There’s no need to worry about drafts as this home is ultra-energy efficient with multiple eco-friendly features, say co-listing agents Michael LaPay and Brad Jensen of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty.
“There’s an array of solar panels on the grounds that will effectively service the electrical needs of this house at any given time,” said Jensen. “It’s probably the best built home I’ve ever been in as far as construction. It’s super-efficient. They doubled the insulation on everything.”
LaPay said the owners have continually updated the electronic components of the automated home, which was built in 2009. The radiant floor heating system adds an extra level of comfort.
“The homeowners were very involved in every facet of the construction process,” said LaPay. “Whatever was specified for the home was upgraded during the construction to a higher quality and level.”
The estate, which is in the prestigious Glenwild Golf Club gated community, offers impressive views of the mountains and Park City’s many ski runs.
Park City could stake a claim of being the ideal mountain town. Outdoor recreational offerings are extensive in this vibrant location. In the summer, the ski slopes that were featured in the 2002 Winter Olympics are transformed into a hiking, mountain biking, fishing and camping destination.
The city is home to a variety of restaurants, shops and entertainment options. A deep appreciation of the arts makes Park City an attractive place for residents and visitors. The 10-day Sundance Film Festival draws more than 40,000 people to Park City every January to celebrate the work of independent storytellers in film.
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For more information about Greystone, contact listing agents Michael LaPay via email email@example.com or by phone, 435-640-5700, and Brad Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 435-901-8333.