Former Governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney, Lists His Luxurious Utah Cabin for Sale for Almost $12M
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Mitt Romney has served as a Junior Senator for Utah since 2019; however, he is most known in New England for his time as Governor of Massachusetts from 2003-2007.
Similar to his time in Massachusetts, his time in Utah is coming to an end. With that, the former governor is selling his nearly 12 million dollar estate.
The home is gorgeous and located along the edge of Deer Valley's 'Success Ski Run,' according to the Zillow listing. "This quintessential alpine lodge is perfectly situated to capture breathtaking, panoramic views of the surrounding Wasatch Mountains," according to Zillow. "With a private ski tunnel off the lower level of the property," what an amazing ski home this home would be.
The property is listed by:
Kerry Oman 801-369-2507
Summit Sotheby's - Draper
Thomas Wright 435-649-1884
Summit Sotheby's - Park Ave
Below is the house. You need to look at this thing. I did not see a pool, but besides that, this is my dream home. It's got a log-cabin-meets-luxury feel, and the view is something out of the movies. I mean, that makes sense since the property is in Park City, Utah.
The house was featured in the renowned Architectural Digest, and has a "sprawling mountain estate was thoughtfully designed by Fred Babcock and recently underwent several renovations to showcase the spectacular scale and enhance the capabilities for large gatherings and effortless flow," according to the Zillow listing.
That all makes sense with this 8 bedroom, 6 bathroom, 8,730 square foot masterpiece. The house is perfect for hosting, with one bunk room that has six beds and another with five.
Check out this awesome home with multiple balconies, extensive wood and stonework, and an elevator.