A Utah senator is asking for $11.5 million for this 8,730-square-foot lodge with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a spacious deck, and a private ski tunnel.
Mitt Romney has put his home near Deer Valley Resort up for sale. Asking price: $11.5 million.
The Republican Senator’s Luxury Mountain Cabin at 6730 Silver Lake Drive in Park City near Success Ski Sun in Deer Valley has 6 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms spread over 8,730 square feet.
Only 10 days on the market and the house reportedly already has an offer. As of Monday, real estate website Zillow reported.
The exclusive log chalet and its open floor plan offer “soaring ceilings, walls of windows, six suites including two spacious bunk rooms, multiple balconies, and an elevator servicing the loft and lower floors.” increase. Summit Sotheby’s International Realty.
Nestled on a half-acre hillside, this property sounds like one of the state’s premier private residences for outdoor recreation. Private ski tunnels to family friendly and regularly maintained ‘green’ ski slopes, easy access to biking and hiking trails, hot tubs, fire pits and expansive decks with stunning views of the Wasatch Mountains. There are multiple balconies. The listing of the property says “for lunch and hot chocolate after a morning in the mountains”.
Built in 1991, Slopeside Lodge was designed by renowned Utah architect Fred Babcock and was purchased by the Romneys in 2013. The Republican Party’s Failed White House Bid to President Barack Obama.But even if he was defeated, Romney first Latter-day Saints To the top of the presidential candidates of major political parties.
Property records show that as of Monday, the home is officially owned by Deer Valley SR LLC. Other records show that it is managed by Romney’s wife, Anne.
Ariel Mueller, a spokeswoman for the Utah Senate, declined to comment on Monday.
Romneys’ Long History with Deer Valley
Romney grew up in Detroit but was a ski enthusiast and headed the Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
The family has owned properties in the Park City area for decades, including another Deer Valley home that was sold in 2009 as Romney was preparing for the second White House election.
Republican of Utah and former Governor of Massachusetts sold its beachfront home in La Jolla, California for $23.5 million in July 2021. The property was embroiled in controversy during the 2012 presidential election. Opponents have tried to portray him as a contactless politician because they want to build a “car elevator” in his home.
Real estate broker Kelly Oman is a Draper-based agent for Summit Sotheby’s, and Thomas Wright is a Park City-based agent for the same firm. 2020 Republican Candidates for Utah Governoris a listing agent for Deer Valley Properties.
Oman reached out on Friday and declined to identify or share any details about the owners or motivations for the sale, except to refer to them as “just great sellers.”
But Oman made a fuss about his homeland. It looks plain from the front, but it’s a really special property. “
With so much of Park City’s new home construction all veering toward the modern lodge style, it’s really refreshing to have a rustic-feeling property on the market with beautiful woodwork and great detailing. Some renovation work has been done.
Other Romney Properties
Utah is a non-disclosed state when it comes to real estate sales prices, but the home was listed for $8.9 million in 2013 when Romney purchased it.
Around the same time, they acquired two adjacent parcels in Holladay and built a 5,900-square-foot home there with multiple lawns and terraces, fountains, fire pits, gazebos, and an outdoor spa accessed from the master bathroom. did.
The property made headlines City-approved architectural drawings have revealed a small hidden room accessed through a revolving bookshelf in the home’s study.
Records show that the family still owns the property under another company, ADR Holdings, which also lists Ann as a principal and uses the same mailing address as Deer Valley SR LLC.
The Romneys recently sold their Belmont, Massachusetts condo, but keep their Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire vacation home and Washington, D.C.-area residence.
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