Relax in your own hot tub tower in this Park City mansion
Panoramic views of the rockies that you can take in from either your floor to ceiling windows or your tower-tall hot tub? Check.
This 113-acre estate in Oakley, Utah makes you feel as if you're on your own planet. Streams, trails, horse corrals and pastures make it likely that you'll never want (or need) to leave your property.
The architecture and interior of the home (which, by the way, is just over 12,000 square feet) are quintessentially Western while still staying modern. Think barn doors, old wooden floors (and beams) and stone walls decorated with deer head mounts, hanging cowboy hats and Navajo-style blankets.
You need to look at the pictures to believe this place is even real:
Three of the five bedrooms are suites, the other two being a private loft above the barn and one separate guest apartment.
If the hot tub and acres of open land aren't enough to relax you, feel free to hop in to the sauna or hang by the cabana next to the infinity pool.
Oh and if you're feeling hungry, there's sure to be something to satisfy you in one of the estate's three kitchens.
At just under $9M, this dreamland property could be yours.
And when you weigh out the cost of literally never having to leave (because let's face it, civilization is overrated) it's pretty much worth it.
And if this home wowed you, this Oregon estate with a private beach and helipad absolutely will, too:
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