Magnificent French Country Chateau perched high on the mountain. The exquisite design takes you on a world tour through Europe, Asia and Switzerland. The moment you see this estate you are in awe with the breathtaking tumbled stone on the entire exterior, the slate roof, the copper soffits and Romanesque columns, the paver heated Porte-cohere entrance and oversized five-bay garages. Enter through eleven foot antique paneled pre-engineered walnut front double doors to see hand-carved Italian limestone arches, old world plaster walls, German beach wood doors & moldings, antique fireplaces, copper plastered ceilings, cherry wood and elevator. All 22 rooms have views of the valley on a very private, secluded 13 acres. This is a Smart Home and utilities only run approximately $1,500 per month. With a basketball court and bowling alley, family and guests feel they are a special part of this estate at "Chateau Margot".
This growing urban area is the arts and entertainment hub of the Salt Lake Valley. There's always something interesting happening, and more is on the way. Catch a Jazz game or a concert at Energy Solutions Arena, go shopping or grab a bite to eat at the spectacular City Creek Center or Gateway Mall. Also, downtown has one of the best public transit systems in the country. A train or bus can get you virtually anywhere you want to go in the valley, quickly and easily.
In the winter enjoy ice skating at the Gallivan Plaza, and don't forget some of the best skiing in the world is just minutes away. The soon-to-be-completed state-of-the-art Broadway-style theater will bring world-class entertainment to downtown.
In the summer, the entertainment calendar is filled with outdoor festivals and events. Forbes magazine has ranked Utah the No. 1 state for business four out of the last five years. Salt Lake County is the home of the NBA's Utah Jazz, Real Salt Lake of the MLS, University of Utah Pac-12 athletics, and was the host of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.