The global pandemic put many things on hold this year, but the real estate market bounced back fast and showed its resiliency. As soon as people were allowed out, home sales started shooting up and the market activity was one of the economy’s biggest factors for survival. We’ve been talking about home sales for the past few months, but we take things up a few notches with this week’s blog post! To make things a little more interesting, here’s a list of the 10 most expensive homes that were sold in Salt Lake City. Want to learn more? Let’s go!
2685 E Providence Ct
Starting off the list of the most expensive homes in Salt Lake City for 2020 with this two-acre property in the heart of Holladay. This residence sold for $6,550,000, and it boasts stunning mountain views and a timeless, elegant design perfect for entertaining guests. The home comes with two private offices, a home gym, a resort-style pool, and professionally maintained landscaping. This residence feels like an oasis with city amenities. It was featured in the July/August 2019 edition of Traditional Home Magazine.
2690 E Hillsden Dr
This enchanting European estate nestled in a gloriously secluded garden along Big Cottonwood stream sold for $5,800,000. The rolling lawns and wooded areas open up to stunning wide-open mountain views. The meticulous exterior and landscaping offer a peaceful elegance, reminiscent of the French countryside. The home is made even more beautiful by Venetian plaster and timeless design elements. Its amenities include a double-height home theater, a golf simulator room, a rec room with a party kitchen, and a playground. There are also multiple guest rooms that make it a perfect entertainer’s haven. This property has an exquisite design combined with a great private location that’s still accessible to most amenities.
436 E Oak Forest Rd
This elegant, well-appointed, and spectacular residence located in the prestigious, gated North Cove neighborhood sold for $4,312,500. This prime property provides every amenity a family wants and needs. It’s a perfect balance between solace on quiet days and entertainment on fun occasions. Its owners can host big parties for family and friends with its 10-car garage, multiple guest rooms with en suite baths, huge hangout spots, and even a heated driveway from the gate to the front door. They won’t be bored with countless amenities such as the game room with a wet bar, an indoor pool wing that spills out to a private patio, a wine room, a home theater, a full sport court, fire pits, and a playground for the kids and dogs. Honestly, we’d love to visit this place!
1470 E Military Way
This splendid Colonial Revival home that’s been transformed into today’s comfortable and elegant living style sold for $3,399,000. The residence is surrounded by superb views of the beautiful neighborhood and nearby hilltop areas. The decor is polished, tasteful, and warm complemented by the natural light that shines from its southern exposure. Guests can enjoy the wonderful spaces surrounded by tall trees and welcoming landscaping with a view of a dramatic waterfall.
14942 S Vintage View Ct
This stunning luxury estate in the coveted Oak Hollow Estates of South Mountain sold for $3,800,000. The Tuscan Italian Villa is one of the most unique properties in all of Utah and won the People Choice Award in the Salt Lake Parade of Homes. The residence comes with a multi-level infinity pool with a 50-inch water slide, a jacuzzi tub, and an amazing custom spa with a built-in fireplace. There’s also a home theater, an indoor basketball court, a custom treehouse, and other fun quirks and features! This home makes it as if the owners reside in their own private mountain.
2492 E Walker Ln
This captivating Walker Lane estate tucked back on a gated private lane sold for $3,500,000. It is surrounded by lush gardens and a picturesque mountain backdrop. The jaw-dropping architectural features include a floating staircase, soaring ceilings, and custom stonework. There’s even a Bellagio-style saltwater pool with plenty of patio space for lounge seating and al fresco dining. There’s also a sprawling lawn, a charming tree-house, and a grape and hops trellis that completes the awesome outdoor space. Nature lovers are surely going to fall in love with this property.
13583 S Carolina Hill Ct
The 2017 Parade of Homes Winner sold for $3,490,000. This stunning modern farmhouse is located in the prestigious Steeplechase subdivision. The inviting, warm interior is a perfect balance with the modern and classic exterior. The main floor has direct access to the amazing outdoor living area through the accordion-style door. There’s an in-ground hot tub that connects to the pool from the master suite. Young ones can enjoy the in-ground trampoline and pickleball net plus the basketball court. Other awesome amenities of this residence include an open concept theater room, a wet bar, and an upper-level outdoor deck with beautiful mountain views.
1807 E Tuscalee Way
This property that resides in Draper’s prestigious neighborhood sold for $3,125,000. The majestic views and timeless luxury makes this one of Utah’s finest estates. The impressive architecture is loaded with vaults and massive ceiling heights. The open flowing great room with an elaborate kitchen and walk-out lower-level was perfectly made to entertain a large crowd! There’s even a plush tiered theater room with a 135″ screen and 7.2 surround sound system that the guests may enjoy.
8593 S Albion Basin Rd
This rare private home situated up above the town of Alta sold for $3,100,000. This property offers two-story views of the ski mountain and the down-canyon sunset. The sunrise alone is enough reason to get up every single day. It is perfect for ski-lovers as it was designed with easy ski-out to the resort. The solace of this residence is away from the noise and hubbub of the ski resort and offers a mountain retreat for your family. World-class skiing, climbing, and mountain biking right are right outside the door of its lucky owners.
1762 E Millcreek Way
Last on this list is this contemporary Millcreek masterpiece that sold for $3,050,000. The sustainable construction combined with timeless design and the uncompromised quality of materials and finishes makes this home worth the price tag. It doesn’t skimp on detail from imported goods around the world. with its Rice-Eccles Stadium that came from India, the Bulthaup kitchen that was imported from Germany, the extensive lighting design with fixtures flown from Italy, and the acoustic panels from France. Its owners can enjoy a private setting with the inviting sounds of the Millcreek River and an extensive back deck blurring the lines between inside and out. It’s a great location 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.
That’s it for our list of the highest-priced homes in Salt Lake City. I hope you had fun reading this as much as we did! Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below. Who knows, maybe your home will end up on this list one day! Thanks for dropping by and happy holidays!
Some homes that aren’t linked do not have public information available online.