The Deerfield Estate, a luxury villa located in Park City Utah, is a beautiful mountain abode that blends European and Western appeal. With seven bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, a swim jet exercise pool, the world’s first private gondola, and ski-in as well as ski-out access (among dozens of other luxury amenities), the Deerfield Estate may just be one of the top mountain villas in the world.
With a 360 degree view of the Jordenelle Reservoir, Park City and Bald Mountain, and built on Deer Crest at an altitude 8,000 feet, it is certainly the loftiest home located in the area. In addition to the private gondola and ski access, the expansive home also boasts an indoor pool, steam room, sauna, heated exterior walks and decks, theater, private elevator, billiards room, and wine room. The private theater was modeled after a Roman amphitheater, detailed with bronze columns and an 18th century cast-iron door.
The villas spa and fitness center features state-of-the-art equipment overlooking the vast mountain greenery of Deer Crest. The home also has seven master suites and an opulent living room with open truss cathedral ceilings as well as a family room with deck access and a custom fire pit. The Deerfield Estate’s private study allows light to filter in from stained glass windows which were salvaged from a Pennsylvania church. The mountain home was built with an incredible eye for detail and every turn will surprise visitors with its grandeur and intricate finishing.
The villa was designed by the Eustace W. Mita Achristavest LLC group, known for its development of luxury properties both in the United States and internationally. The group’s projects are among some of the most coveted homes in the world. However, the lovely scenery and plethora of luxurious features are not the only reasons the Deerfield Estate is a travel destination must. The villa’s Park City address is home to the revered Sundance Film Festival as well as 2002 Winter Olympics, drawing a crowd of cultured and athletic individuals.
Park City also has many places to hike, bike, and explore, including Utah Olympic Park, Kimball Art Center and Park City Historical Society Museum. Shopping along Park City’s Main Street is also a much-loved activity.