This gracious French country estate on approximately 1.6 private acres along the lush river bottoms of Santa Clara, Utah is selling to the highest bidder in a no reserve absolute auction on May 13th with DeCaro Auctions. Approximately 8,564 square feet of luxury living with four bedrooms and six bathrooms offers the most exquisite features and amenities imaginable. From the copper finials, gutters, and cupola to the chimney pots salvaged from England, this dramatic home was built with meticulous detail and wired for the future with McIntosh audio/video components and lighting systems powered by Crestron.
This home is truly a blend of the old and new. The front door is an impressive 200-year-old heavy oak masterpiece, salvaged from a country château in France. Just off the front entry, a spacious living and dining room draws you in with its pair of double French doors looking out to a secluded, ivy covered patio. Beamed vaulted ceilings are adorned with two medieval style chandeliers on each end of the room. All cabinetry throughout was custom made by renowned artisans at Habersham, accented by cream coloured, honed marble counter tops.
Access the upper and lower levels by a breathtaking spiral staircase that fills the ivy covered stone turret and leads to a one-of-a-kind sky deck. Each of the three upstairs en suite bedrooms have walk-in closets and walk-in showers, while the master bedroom features views of the backyard with meandering streams and waterfalls. This estate is enhanced with a world-class 100,000-gallon Pebble Tec saltwater swimming pool complete with beach entry, grotto with hot tub, and waterfalls.
Walk in from the beach entry, or jump into the twelve-foot-deep end, you’ll spend hours cooling off in peace and quiet. The soil is ideal for garden and fruit trees, all watered by a share of mineral rich, irrigation water. Down by the river, sit on a log seat and roast marshmallows around a fire or sway in a hammock and listen to the water.
All this located within minutes to endless open spaces, golf courses, and world-class state parks.