The Most Expensive Homes for Sale in Utah

Home to one of the top housing markets in the nation and one of the strongest economies in the U.S., Utah’s real estate market is doing just fine.  Despite tight inventory levels and double digit price growth, the Beehive State’s real estate market is showing no signs of slowing down – although some popular areas such as Park City’s Silver Springs are starting to experience buyer resistance to pricing.

Boasting some of the hottest ski slopes in the country, it’s no surprise that Utah’s most expensive homes for sale right now are clustered around the greater Park City area. For those looking to buy though, deeper and deeper pockets are needed. According to the Park City Board of REALTORS, Summit and Wasatch County dollar volume sales jumped by a whopping 18% in 2016, despite sales numbers remaining steady.

Not unlike Colorado’s most expensive homes, Utah’s priciest residential real estate is clustered around top-rated mountain resorts and sought-after ski slopes, with ski-in/ski-out estates going for a premium. Ranging in price from $14,900,000 to $29,950,000, Utah’s most expensive homes for sale are all about privacy and luxurious amenities that complement the mountain resort lifestyle.

Breathtaking views abound thanks to Utah’s natural landscape and homes are designed to blend in and complement their surroundings, rather than stand out. Equestrian facilities, fireplaces and outdoor hot tubs are a must for Utah’s priciest homes, with heated outdoor spaces, swanky home theaters and swimming pools almost as important.

As for Utah’s most expensive home for sale right now, the luxurious mansion offers close to 50,000 square feet of indoor living space and some truly decadent amenities, including an indoor shooting range and an indoor swimming pool complete with slides and lazy river!



1401 W Two Creeks Circle, Park City

Asking price: $14,900,000

Located just minutes away from Park City’s renowned resorts, and boasting views of all 3, this 7-acre property also provides direct access to one of the best trail systems in the country. An equestrian estate, the property’s amenities includes a horse arena and barn. Designed by Park City starchitect Constantino Grandjacquet, the estate includes a guesthouse and a 6-bed main residence with floor-to-ceiling windows that bring the breathtaking Utah natural landscape into the 8,500-square-foot home.  Water features such as 3 ponds, a waterfall, swimming pool and an indoor glass bridge over water add serenity among luxurious finishes such as handcrafted ski lockers, 3 fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, wet bar, wine cellar, home theater, fitness center and steam room.


2189 White Canyon Road, Park City

Asking price: $17,500,000

Boasting 107 acres at the mouth of White Pine Canyon, the 4-bed White Pine Canyon Ranch is one of the first iconic estates of Park City. Reveling in the breathtaking Utah natural landscape, the estate abounds in meadows, wooded acres, ponds and a live stream. Situated by a tranquil pond, the 5,715-square-foot main residence is an exemplary piece of modern mountain ranch style living, with exposed beams and luxurious wood finishes all around. Swanky amenities include equestrian facilities like the horse barn with its sizeable Wild West entertainment salon, 2 spacious car/toy barns, outdoor fire pit and outdoor hot tub.


174 White Pine Canyon Road, Park City

Asking price: $17,900,000

Dubbed “The Granddaddy of all Estates”, this 15,743-square-foot property boasts spectacular mountain and valley views in a private, central Park City location. The ski-in/ski-out estate covers over 5 acres and comprises a two-story main residence, guest house and ski kiva. Totaling 9 beds and 14 full and partial baths, the luxurious estate stays mum on many of its details for privacy and security reasons. Amenities include an 8-car heated garage, theater room, hot tub, covered deck, wet bar, and home office with a lot of high-end materials in evidence.


2545 E 6200 S, Holladay

Asking price: $18,400,000

Calling all luxury bargain hunters! Listed for $18.4 million back in 2014, this 7-bed estate in the Cottonwoods is now considering “all serious offers…even at up to 60% off the list price” – a sweet deal considering the privacy of the 4-acre estate and its high-end extras. The stream front property boasts 28,740 square feet of high-end living space with lushly wooded grounds, water features and a waterfront 7-bed main residence. Built in 2001, the estate features extras like an inground pool, heated patios, parking for 5 cars + an RV, equestrian facilities, tennis court, playground, 9 fireplaces, home office and fruit crops!


5618 E South Fork Road, Provo

Asking price: $18,500,000

Considered by many to be “the finest property in all of Utah”, this stunning estate signed by Upwall Design and Roxbury Studio is an absolute showstopper. Covering 29.5 acres in the gorgeous Wasatch Mountains, less than 15 minutes from Sundance Resort, the 23,568-square-foot property offers complete privacy without being secluded. Boasting a bevy of water features, including a waterfall and landscaped grounds with mature trees, the 6-bed estate seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor living space. Luxurious features, among many others, include a swimming pool, 8-car garage, theater room, fitness center, clubhouse, steam room, wet bar and a mosaic tiled pizza oven.


1886 S Geneva Road, Orem

Asking price: $19,500,000

Dubbed “The Land of Golden Dreams” over at Sotheby’s, this 9-bed estate is the ultimate family compound. The property features 21,998 square feet of interior living space nestled against an engineered pond with trophy-sized fish, and including a luxurious 20,000-square-foot home known as “The Barn”. Highlights of the almost 19-acre estate include a motocross course complete with swanky motorcycle shop, Utah’s largest private grove of Sequoia trees, a fairytale treehouse and a “little red schoolhouse”. Perfect for entertaining, this showstopper also features a hotel-style guest house, boat house, pool, 5+ car garage, media room, gourmet kitchen, jet tub, wet bar and an oversized fire pit in the pines.


9806 N Summit View Drive, Park City

Asking price: $21,900,000

Boasting a slope-side location at Deer Valley Resort, this 13,536-square-foot Ski Dream Home is the ideal mountain resort home for the consummate entertainer with its 4,500 square feet of heated decks and not one, but two wine cellars. With ski-in/ski-out access to Deer Valley Resort, an après ski room complete with wet bar and ski lockers, custom DJ booth, 14-seat stadium style grand home theater and outdoor heated pool, the party can start on the slopes and continue at the 6-bed estate. For those looking to unwind, the home boasts a private spa complete with steam, sauna and treatment rooms, hot tub, full swing golf simulator and private gym.


1943 Wolf Creek Ranch Road, Kamas

Asking price: $24,995,000

Signed by lauded architect Fred Babcock, this 320-acre classic western estate is situated in the 13,000-acre upscale Wolf Creek Ranch community. The community boasts a 7-mile boundary line with Uinta National Forest, private Provo River fly fishing and 60 miles of trails. Built in 2006, the 12,861-square-foot luxurious estate includes a 3-bed guest house and 7-bed main residence with a bevy of fireplaces, home theater, wet and dry bar, hot tub and a posh children’s bunk room. The property also features equestrian facilities, an outdoor pavilion with oversized fireplace and a 0.75-acre stocked pond complete with dock.


Cascade, Park City

Asking price: $25,000,000

Designed by the celebrated Wallace Cunningham, the 7,996-square-foot Cascade is a modern, luxurious mountaintop fortress of glass, steel and concrete. The 4-bed estate showcases custom furniture, glass walls that blend indoor and outdoor space, sunken hot tub with fire features, media room, yoga room, a grand terraced outdoor patio, water features and a 3-room master suite complete with a floating fire place and panoramic views. Built in 2013, the 5.63-acre estate is located in The Promontory, an upscale community and golf club with 2 championship golf courses, an equestrian center, skiing, spa, fitness and sports facilities including a skating rink, movie theater, fine dining, boating, fishing, white water rafting and much more just minutes from Park City’s Main Street.


8272 E Left Hand Fork Hobble Creek N, Springville

Asking price: $29,950,000

Recently slashed by a hefty $5 million, Utah’s most expensive home for sale right now is a lavish equestrian estate with stunning views beneath the Wasatch Range. Built in 2010, the 49,568-square-foot home includes some spectacular amenities like an indoor swimming pool with slides, waterfall and lazy river, 2-lane bowling alley, indoor shooting range, indoor basketball court, indoor playground, sauna and movie theater. The 6-bed property also includes an 8-car garage, elevator, heated driveway, a dog run and 185 acres of stunning Utah land.

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In order to determine which were the most expensive homes for sale in Utah, we looked at all residential properties listed for sale, taking into account condo, co-op, single- and two-family homes. All package deals were excluded.

Eliza Theiss

Eliza Theiss

Eliza Theiss is a senior writer reporting real estate trends in the US. Her work has been cited by CBS News, Curbed, The Los Angeles Times, and Forbes among others. With an academic background in journalism, Eliza has been covering real estate since 2012. Before joining PropertyShark, Eliza was an associate editor at Multi-Housing News and Commercial Property Executive. Eliza writes for both PropertyShark and CommercialEdge. Reach her at [email protected]

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