The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah listed for $21.9 million
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The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah listed for $21.9 million

The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah listed for $21.9 million

Especially built in year 2007 to epitomize the ideal ski

The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah listed for $21.9 million

With 6 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms at 3.5 levels, this Ski Dream Home that rents for $16,500 a night with a 7-night minimum to seven guests, impressively boasts the architecture and features based on feedback from a committee of ski enthusiasts, including the Mayor of Park City, the members of the hospitality industry and avid skiers in the Park City community.

The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah listed for $21.9 million

Notably, many suggestions from the committee made it into the final construction of the home, including the heated swimming pool, the grand theater with stadium seating, and the 550-gallon aquarium of native Utah Trout.

The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort comes with grand home theater

The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah listed for $21.9 million

This Resorts West Ski Dream Home also impressively boasts some exclusive amenities including ski-in/ski-out access with private ski bridge to Deer Valley Resort’s Jordanelle run, intimate après ski lounge with fireplace, indoor/outdoor bar and boot dryers, open layout to hot tub area with accordion door from hearth, a great room with 21-foot stone fireplace, a chill room with state-of-the-art DJ booth, dance floor, wet bar, plasma screen, pool table , Day Spa Suite, fitness room, garage, two wine cellars, and a full swing golf simulator.

The ski-in/ski-out chalet at Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah listed for $21.9 million

Notably, the home also hosted a real estate 2-day event that featured Rolls-Royce, Hasselblad, Armani and Zai Ski, making it a display of some of the most expensive products in the world. Rolls-Royce allowed attendees to test drive the $310,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost, and Hasselblad unveiled The Lunar camera, a $6,000 camera that comes in 14- and 18-carat gold versions. Whereas, Giorgio Armani Fragrance made the nationwide debut of its Essenza fragrance and Zai Ski of Switzerland had a fleet of $6,000 skis available for guests to try on the slopes.

Ski Dream Home

Held during the Sundance Film Festival, the event included appearances by actress Mariel Hemingway, producer Brian Yang and snowboarder Kevin Pearce.

Via: ResortsWest

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