Inside the MOST EXPENSIVE HOME in the State of Utah

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Specs: 7 Bedrooms, 11 Baths
17,567 sq ft interior space / (1632 sqm)
5 acre lot / (20234 sqm)
Listing Price: SOLD
Listed by: Paul Benson (

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Designed By : The Iluminus Group
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Listing Description: ” Presenting “Monitor’s Rest”, winner of the distinguished Robb Report Best of the Best award for ‘Best Amenities’. Nestled into the mountainside at the base of Monitor Bowl, this home has been designed to be the finest expression of mountain living in The West. Conceived by the award-winning team of Iluminus Group Development, CLB Architects, Design Workshop, Delos, Orsman Design, and Magleby Estate Homes, “Monitor’s Rest” sets the new standard for a true legacy-quality modern compound on 5 ski-in/ski-out acres in the exclusive gated enclave of The Colony at White Pine Canyon.

The timeless architecture offers world-class amenities paired with the finest materials and craftsmanship, including Italian steel windows and doors by Thermally Broken Steel, USA, Croatian limestone, Shou Sugi Ban charred cypress, and a full copper roof combined with an innovative and cohesive layout for a seamless flow throughout almost 18,000 square feet of living space.

“Monitor’s Rest” is a wellness home, featuring Delos’ DARWIN Home Wellness Intelligence Network. The DARWIN system regulates circadian rhythm lighting, monitors and calibrates indoor air quality, filters pollutants and removes pathogens from the air including viruses, and improves water quality by removing impurities and contaminants.”

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Time Codes:
00:00 – Intro
02:45 – Exterior & Motorcourt
05:33 – Entry
08:07 – Formal Living Room
09:34 – Kitchen Area
14:00 – Family Room & Formal Dining Area
15:41 – Entertainment Area & Bar
18:08 – Laundry Room and Gym
19:47 – Indoor/Outdoor Pool and Spa
22:03 – Observation Tower
23:53 – Backyard & Deck
27:15 – Office & Primary Bedroom Suite
34:38 – Lower Level Introduction
38:46 – Basketball Court & Bowling Alley
40:22 – 3 Guest Suites
44:24 – Private Guest Quarters
46:31 – Night Tour and Outro

30 gedachten over “Inside the MOST EXPENSIVE HOME in the State of Utah”

  1. Would be a great set for the next Bond movie. Oh, wait, Bond died.

  2. Even the best quality ss covers rusts in time yet looks beautiful with no objection.

  3. Why is this self-aggrandizing garbage keep popping up on my Home Screen. What do I care about millionaires and billionaires in a world where most people can’t even afford gas or healthcare. These people are what’s wrong with the world.

  4. If they gave you this house for free, you'd need to pay over $500,000 / year in property taxes and to keep this house looking the way it does, you're looking at about $50-75,000/month in upkeep. So, that's over $1M/year to just keep a free house. Nice things do cost a lot.

  5. The interior design of this house is absolutely incredible, mind-blowing.

  6. That pool isn't wide enough for me…if I had that kind of money to spend on a home, that would be the change I make among a few other changes… who needs a bar or that many bars????

  7. The amount of detail specific to Utah is really cool. The honey comb light feature in the living room, the copper, the lime stone. Its all really beautiful.

  8. Great presentation I really stayed to watch the whole video spectacular house

  9. First impression, a very cold house. No warmth at all. The house looks like a museum. Furnishings are horrendous. Kitchen is nice but impractical with cold storage on the other side of the 2nd island. Love the kitchen flooring. Probably my favorite design element of an otherwise underwhelming, overpriced home. The bar is laid out well but still no warmth. (should be more enclosed – the whole house is too open) Why would someone pay that much for an antiseptic house? It's a mystery. Laundry is very nice but no one wants a mini kitchen in their laundry room. If you're having a party large enough to require a caterer they would work out of the main kitchen, which unfortunately, due to terrible design instincts, is not separated from the incredibly small dining area. Wrap around deck, awesome. Giant hot tub, awesome. I'm guessing this area doesn't allow word burning fireplaces? Oye. Dealbreaker. Especially outside by the hot tub, on a freezing, snowy day, that gas-burning fireplace will be useless. Barbecue, A+. $42 million? Wow. Bad space planning, poor design elements, very impractical and very little value for the price.

  10. Get Post Malone on the phone and have him get this house it’s truly a masterpiece

  11. Gated community in Utah called “the colony” is a very big red flag

  12. It looks like a luxurious Minecraft house, except it's real and even better.

  13. 42 mill yet you have fucking neighbors less than a mile a away from you.

  14. This one of the only uber rich houses I have ever seen that actually looks and feels like a "home" if that makes any sense

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