Eden, Utah | $1.65 Million
A two-year-old cabin, with three bedrooms and two and a half loos, on a 0.39-acre lot at a ski resort
The Horizon Cabins kind a neighborhood in Summit Powder Mountain, a ten,000-acre improvement at Powder Mountain that broke floor in 2017. This ski-in, ski-out home, one among 14 accomplished up to now (there’ll in the end be 30), is being offered with its furnishings. It sits at an elevation of 9,000 ft, about 60 miles north of Salt Lake Metropolis Worldwide Airport and 80 miles northwest of Park Metropolis.
Designed by Brian MacKay-Lyons, a Canadian architect, the Horizon cabins are positioned close to their neighbors for sociability (the challenge grew out of Summit, an occasion convention and neighborhood), however are oriented for privateness of views and appreciation of sunsets. Among the many group, this home might be closest to a clubhouse, for which basis work has begun, and a ski seaside, an out of doors social area with a firepit and warmth lamps.
Dimension: 1,956 sq. ft
Worth per sq. foot: $844
Indoors: Like all the buildings on this steeply pitched and incessantly snowy neighborhood, the cedar-sided cabin is entered on its higher degree, by the use of a bridge. Inside is a front room with radiant-heated darkish concrete flooring; a vaulted, cedar-paneled ceiling; a super-efficient wood-burning range; and partitions of triple-paned glass imported from Finland. A ladder bolted to a wall lined in steel slats rises to a low-ceilinged loft. On the opposite aspect is a white kitchen with quartzite and subway-tile surfaces and a five-burner fuel vary. There may be additionally a powder room and a laundry room.
The decrease degree comprises an enormous, minimal main bedroom with cedar trim and an en suite lavatory with a windowed, walk-in bathe. Two smaller bedrooms share a toilet with twin sinks and a bathtub with a bathe head.
Out of doors area: A lined deck off the lounge has a built-in grill. The constructing rests on quick stilts that decrease its environmental affect and make it look as if it floats on snow. (In spring, the encompassing space is roofed in wildflowers. As soon as the event is accomplished it is going to be backfilled with evergreen bushes.) The unit comes with one indoor and one out of doors parking area in a communal storage. Thirty-four miles of mountaineering, mountain biking and ski trails adjoin it.
Taxes: $15,833, plus a $610 month-to-month home-owner price masking snow elimination from sidewalks and bridges, entry to widespread areas and storage upkeep