The Most Expensive Houses in Utah

March 9, 2023

most expensive houses in Utah

If you're in the market for a luxury home, Utah's got a lot to offer. This state ranks 11th nationally for the most expensive houses currently on the market.

One of the most expensive homes in Utah is Monitor's Rest, a $42 million ski retreat that sits on five acres in White Pine Canyon at Park City. It has 18,000 square feet of living space and a number of amenities, including a wellness spa, gym, salt room, cold plunge pool, hot tub, hammam, infrared sauna, massage room, bowling alley, and a media room with Steinway-Lyngdorf audio and a 200"-inch Barco 4k digital cinema laser projection system.

1. Hobble Creek Ranch in Springville

One of the most expensive houses in the state is a 3,387-acre estate in Springville, Utah. The property, which features an indoor pool and a ginormous backyard playground, is now on the market for a whopping $48 million.

The property, dubbed Hobble Creek Ranch, boasts a main house, a detached garage/guest home and a building with an indoor swimming pool. It also has several other features, such as two gated entrances and a tennis court.

The home is a 17,493-square-foot French-inspired chateau that’s securely positioned behind two gates on nearly twenty beautifully manicured acres. Every element of the home was built to the highest standards, and the finish work and detail are unrivaled. It’s also located at the end of a paved road in Hobble Creek Canyon, about an hour from Salt Lake City and Park City and about 20 minutes from a private airport.

2. Riverbend Ranch in Park City

Riverbend Ranch is a luxury home in Park City that recently sold for $32.5 million. The sale set a record for the highest residential price in Utah.

The house sits on 214 acres along the Weber River. The property features a magnificent 16,800-square-foot home.

It includes eight en-suite bedrooms and an outdoor space with pocket doors that open to the riverfront. The property also has a helipad, tennis court and a barn that is designed for entertaining.

If you’re looking for a place to escape, this might be the place for you! It’s a private horse ranch with plenty of room to explore and adventures all around you.

3. The Chateau at Tombstone in Park City

There's no doubt that Park City is one of America's most authentic ski towns, complete with mining, logging and cowboy ranching heritage. It's also got a lot of charm, thanks to its main street lined with high-end shops and restaurants.

The town is full of fun winter activities such as snowmobiling, dog sledding and snow biking. You can even ride the 550-foot-tall Ferris wheel, which offers incredible views of the city.

You can spend a day on the slopes and still have time to enjoy Park City's restaurants! A good place to stop for lunch is Tombstone Grill at the base of the Tombstone Express, which serves smoked brisket and pulled pork.

Another good option is to take the Orange Bubble Express, which is the first heated covered chair lift in the United States. The BBQ there is smoked daily and has a wide variety of meats. It's a great spot to grab a bite between runs or to sit down under the sun and watch the action on the mountain!

4. The Mansion on the Mountain in Salt Lake City

The Mansion on the Mountain is an amazing home that’s located about 9 miles to the south of Salt Lake City. It can accommodate up to 20 people and has 5 bedrooms, a garden, and stunning mountain views.

The home was remodeled in a historic manner, which means it has preserved many of its features from the past. This home is a perfect place for families who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

This 20,000-square-foot home also has a gorgeous kitchen and several outdoor spaces. If you’re looking for something more luxurious, you can upgrade to the higher 3 levels that have a hot tub and additional bedrooms.

Known as a thriving cultural center, Salt Lake City is host to numerous arts festivals throughout the year. These events are often free and open to the public, and offer a chance to see artists and performers up close.

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