A true contemporary Millcreek masterpiece. Sustainable construction combining timeless design, with uncompromising quality of materials and finish work throughout. This kind of structure, typically saved for the most desirable commercial buildings, features fixtures and material from all over the world. The stone matching that of Rice-Eccles Stadium comes from India, the Bulthaup kitchen was imported from Germany, the extensive lighting design with fixtures from Italy, acoustic panels from France, and 3form resin panels used throughout the home from Salt Lake City. Systems of the home include geothermal heating and cooling, passive solar design with south-facing glass and overhangs designed to reduce solar gain in the summer while facilitating solar gain in the winter, concrete floor slabs 3.5 inches thick to retain heat in winter, LED lighting, a roof with solar panels in place and engineered to be planted and hold six inches of topsoil transom windows, a heated back patio, and a backup generator. Out back you will enjoy a private setting with the inviting sounds of the Millcreek River, an extensive back deck blurring the lines between inside and out, an accessory dwelling built by Modern Shed, professional landscaping including extensive stone work, mature trees transported from the Pacific Northwest, poured in place concrete walls with built in LED lights, a vegetable garden, and a custom engineered metal fabricated pergola. Location couldn't be better tucked away from the noises of the hustle and bustle, yet only minutes to freeway access to Park City, downtown, and the Salt Lake International Airport.
Listing courtesy of Summit Sotheby's International Realty - Salt Lake.