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Tasteful friends, behold the most expensive home in Utah is for sale.

The land is beautiful.

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by Anonymousreply 69a day ago

Do you get Jethro and Elly May as part of the deal?

by Anonymousreply 1Last Saturday at 4:41 PM

The land is beautiful. The house is ... purdy. The interiors have to be gutted. Overall, nouveau-riche.

by Anonymousreply 2Last Saturday at 4:41 PM

How I know that hideous kitchen was coming?

The American "Chateau" style mansion is my least favorite dwelling of all. I'd rather a split-level ranch and I hate those.

by Anonymousreply 3Last Saturday at 4:44 PM

What a luxury to have a bedroom for each of your wives!

by Anonymousreply 4Last Saturday at 4:44 PM

If they have same sex marriage in UT can I have several men as spouses in different appts on the same estate? This might help solve the terrible top/bottom ratio.

by Anonymousreply 5Last Saturday at 4:46 PM

Jesus Christ, that house is hideous as is every single thing inside it. Just by dumb luck you'd think there would be ONE attractive attribute, but no.

by Anonymousreply 6Last Saturday at 4:50 PM

Gaudy and disgusting.

by Anonymousreply 7Last Saturday at 4:50 PM

How much does that kind of acreage normally go for in Utah?

by Anonymousreply 8Last Saturday at 4:57 PM

It's true! Money can't buy taste.

by Anonymousreply 9Last Saturday at 5:00 PM

The house is disgusting and tacky inside and outside.

The land and setting are beyond STUNNING.

by Anonymousreply 10Last Saturday at 5:02 PM

That is the saddest kid’s room I’ve ever seen.

by Anonymousreply 11Last Saturday at 5:02 PM

I agree R10. The grounds are lovely but the house, with all its ornate built in flourishes, is terribly tacky, at least by my estimation.

by Anonymousreply 12Last Saturday at 5:03 PM

What's with the pervasive trend in over-decorating everything? Don't most people get dizzy looking at way, way too many contrasting pictures displayed IMHO strange methods?

by Anonymousreply 13Last Saturday at 5:06 PM

If it doesn't come with a complete collection of Marie Osmond Mormon girls dolls

that's a deal breaker

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by Anonymousreply 14Last Saturday at 5:18 PM

It does R14. Count on it.

by Anonymousreply 15Last Saturday at 5:20 PM

Does it come with one of those Zion curtains?

by Anonymousreply 16Last Saturday at 5:25 PM

Hideous. It looks like a Versailles-themed miniature golf course set amid strip-mined hilltops.

by Anonymousreply 17Last Saturday at 5:25 PM

Does some DIamond from AMWAY own it or something?

by Anonymousreply 18Last Saturday at 5:26 PM

A large rustic cabin, or log cabin-style ranch would have complimented the land and general vibe of the area much better. Why a formal phoney French chateau was chosen is just bonkers. It looks like the home from the old movie "Ruggles of Red Gap" about the wealthy yet unsophisticated Washington state characters would prefer.

by Anonymousreply 19Last Saturday at 5:28 PM

That house is nothing that a couple of surface to surface precision missiles won't fix.

by Anonymousreply 20Last Saturday at 5:30 PM

[quote] Hideous. It looks like a Versailles-themed miniature golf course set amid strip-mined hilltops.

That's also what I thought of the setting. There is nothing "stunning" about the dreary land beyond grounds.

by Anonymousreply 21Last Saturday at 5:37 PM

The land is gorgeous. The buildings are awful and look so out of place. In OP's pic, the house looks inserted via computer.

by Anonymousreply 22Last Saturday at 5:47 PM

There isn't a single thing about the home(s) that I like. Heinous in every respect. Tear-down.

by Anonymousreply 23Last Saturday at 5:49 PM

I never knew Mormons were such "showy" people. Like r19 said, a large rambling log cabin style house would be more appropriate for the setting. This house looks more suburban Dallas then Utah. The interior is channeling Spelling Manor. Candy would love it

by Anonymousreply 24Last Saturday at 6:39 PM

Jesus H Christ! The Lord should smite that abomination from the magnificent land it defiles.

by Anonymousreply 25Last Saturday at 6:48 PM

The art is horrible. AUDREY? KINKAIDE? Who owns this tragic Mount Morman?

by Anonymousreply 26Last Saturday at 6:53 PM

It looks like something that one of the horrible influencer/super Morman Skalla family would own.

by Anonymousreply 27Last Saturday at 6:54 PM

Why would anyone build that style of house in that setting? It’s as out of place as a bastard at a family reunion.

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by Anonymousreply 29Last Saturday at 7:20 PM

This house explains why Europeans say those nasty things about Americans.

by Anonymousreply 30Last Saturday at 7:23 PM

Supposedly this is a "vacation residence" for a family from Arizona.

by Anonymousreply 31Last Saturday at 7:47 PM

What a mess! Good gawd. So many beautiful materials all stirred up and made into a big bunch of ugliness!

by Anonymousreply 32Last Saturday at 8:01 PM

Smooth marble steps up to a shower. What could go wrong?

by Anonymousreply 33Last Saturday at 8:05 PM

The "art". My eyes!!

It's just another tacky supersized McMansion.

by Anonymousreply 34Last Saturday at 8:19 PM

If you live in Arizona, do you really vacation in Utah?

by Anonymousreply 35Last Saturday at 8:21 PM

Honestly, the land is beautiful (in the distance), but it would be like living in a lunar colony.

Different strokes, I guess.

by Anonymousreply 36Last Saturday at 8:23 PM

A French chateau with a manicured lawn in the middle of a high desert? How very...developed.

Does it come with the tchotchkes, I wonder? Because that would surely be a selling point for the type of oligarch or Akansas lottery winner that might actually buy the place.

by Anonymousreply 37Yesterday at 12:07 AM

Say something nice: it's entirely consistent in design, down to the last faux-everything detail.

by Anonymousreply 38Yesterday at 12:09 AM

The hi-fancy of it all calls to mind an LDS temple in a Utah hick town.

by Anonymousreply 39Yesterday at 12:15 AM

It does look like a temple, and with that public shower they aren't helping their case.

by Anonymousreply 40Yesterday at 12:46 AM

[quote]I never knew Mormons were such "showy" people.

Foyers designed to look like Celestial Rooms are popular with MLM CEOs. They use them for photo shoots and film videos in them, and it's supposed to serve as a reminder to the suckers that they're successful because Heavenly Father appreciated their work ethic and rewarded them. Unfortunately, they don't know when to stop and suddenly there's an easel in every room.

It works because the same suckers — who have just sunk their life savings into a garage full of vitamins — obviously aren't making Heavenly Father happy and the only way they can remedy that is by becoming more successful and that can ONLY be done by increasing the inventory spilling out of the garage.

But this house is tiny compared to the MLMansion down the street, which is (or was) brown and hideous and filled with animal heads. I'll see if I can find pictures.

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by Anonymousreply 41Yesterday at 1:00 AM

Looks like it was built and decorated in the 90's. That tacky faux French chateau (and also Tuscon) style was all the rage then. Hopelessly out of date now. And even in 1995, it was never appropriate in that location. It screams New Jersey.

by Anonymousreply 42Yesterday at 1:10 AM

Thanks, r41, like I said, I didn't know Mormons were showy. They seem so conservative with their "magic underwear" and all

by Anonymousreply 43Yesterday at 1:24 AM

Here we go. This is the monstrosity I mentioned at R41. It's nice to see that the vast expanses of beige and brown haven't been updated, but they need fewer pictures of the Sam's Town waterfall and more of the death room. For some reason, I thought it was 65,000 square feet.

The owner, Tom Mower, used to host insane events in the house including sales workshops that were designed to be like prison. The attendees would be picked up in buses and have to hand over their phones and other devices immediately. They'd be driven to his house, assigned a uniform, and for the rest of the weekend or whatever it was, they were his prisoners.

Then he died.

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by Anonymousreply 44Yesterday at 1:44 AM

The hideous art on easels is what did it for me. Reminds me of the NJ home posted multiple times the other day, which had all sorts of art and family photos on easels, both large and small. Easels in general should be used sparingly, and I say this as a proud maximalist. When you have plenty of blank wall space, hang the art instead of putting two easels at the bottom of a double staircase (already designed way too close together) where people might be prone to trip over or stumble into them at whatever soiree you might (never) be hosting. The cherry on the top is that one of the easels was was that about?

by Anonymousreply 45Yesterday at 2:04 AM

Goof Lord, R44, it looks like Louis XV had taken up residence in a Cabela's off I-80.

by Anonymousreply 46Yesterday at 2:14 AM

The house is hideous but the acreage is awesome.

by Anonymousreply 47Yesterday at 2:22 AM

I'd rather buy a trailer and plant it where the photog snapped images from above so I could laugh while looking down at that shithole.

by Anonymousreply 48Yesterday at 2:26 AM

It looks like what some hick country music star from the sticks would build because it would be her idea of "fancy." A garish monstrosity.

by Anonymousreply 49Yesterday at 2:33 AM

Looks like Episode 1 of Schitts Creek

by Anonymousreply 50Yesterday at 2:36 AM

OP-When will you stupid cunts understand that there is no such thing as a tasteful friend in a red area.

Plus, if you DO decide to pick out some vulgarity, it should be interesting. Stop wasting our time with your insipid choices.

Die in a grease fire.

by Anonymousreply 51Yesterday at 2:39 AM

I'd rather vacation here.

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by Anonymousreply 52Yesterday at 2:39 AM

The House that Pyramid Selling Built

by Anonymousreply 53Yesterday at 2:42 AM

R53, Trend in Vegas is way, way, way over-the-top decorated homes even for upscale retirement communities. Don't understand the seeming need for some people to be visually over-stimulated. I find it jarring and stressful.

by Anonymousreply 54Yesterday at 2:51 AM

Very non-u.

by Anonymousreply 55Yesterday at 2:55 AM

This really is 1000 shades of grotesque vulgarity. Plus, how much water must it take from the nearby creek to constantly irrigate 20 acres of lawns (and ponds) in arid Utah?

by Anonymousreply 56Yesterday at 3:34 AM


by Anonymousreply 57Yesterday at 7:07 AM

The home at r44 would be good for only one thing, and that is as a location for one of Hallmark's "Royal" Christmas movies, where the young(ish) female lead falls in love with a prince.

They could film the whole movie as well as house the cast and crew in one location!

by Anonymousreply 58Yesterday at 7:14 AM


by Anonymousreply 59Yesterday at 7:20 AM

Think of how much time, money, work, and raw materials went into creating this hideous mess. That's the real tragedy.

by Anonymousreply 60Yesterday at 7:21 AM

R52 STOLE my YouTube login credentials last night when I used them to login from DL to see a video about the Queen via the Eugenie/Frogmore thread. That video he posted at R52 is one I viewed last night. Changing my logins now. What you need to know: this is not an isolated incident, and I'm not the only one to have made this claim prior. R52 hosts this site and posts new threads all day, every day.

Watch yourselves. Hella tricky shit going down at DL!

by Anonymousreply 61Yesterday at 7:42 AM

Not quite enough white paint, however.

by Anonymousreply 62Yesterday at 7:50 AM

R61, Whatever are you talking about dearie? I've been way too busy buying a new condo and moving in to do very much posting on DL let alone host this site. Until they offer an editing function I've refused to become a paid up member.

Plus everyone knows I'm very computer/tech weak so could never steal another's private info. Yes I'm female.

Still I strongly recommend the entire series I linked called "Self-Reliance" shot in the Canadian wilderness.

by Anonymousreply 63Yesterday at 11:25 AM

My brother-in-law and his wife have a lot of money and live in one of those towns that are products of the 1980s. They're always updating and he says things like, "Well I guess that's what everybody is doing" when he installs a $40,000 basement bar (now basically a huge junk drawer), or a $150,000 kitchen with two of everything for convenience. Of course, we know the price and of course they get takeout 6 nights a week.

That is to say, why do all these houses have the exact same features? How do they know I want a 16 seat home theater for football games? Why do I need a 10 car garage? There is something so deeply conformist about this type of new wealth. Oh, I'm rich, so I need to own a lot of cars, entertain like a king, host scores of guests, but live in a secluded spot where no one will come.

The pool is really nice, though.

by Anonymousreply 64Yesterday at 12:05 PM

It's a whole mcmansion neighborhood out in the middle of nowhere? One of them (the OP's original) actually lives in Arizona and this is his vacation house.

I don't understand any of this.

by Anonymousreply 65Yesterday at 12:16 PM

[quote]That is to say, why do all these houses have the exact same features?

The thing to keep in mind is that they bring in groups of their top salespeople in order to motivate them (i.e., give them false hope). The home theater is used for training videos. The basketball court is filled with folding chairs for live presentations. The water-park pools are used for family days.

"When the Word was impressed upon my heart that I was being called to develop a 100% toxSIN-free mangosteen douche, my car had just been repossessed and I was sleeping on a friend's couch. Ladies and gentlemen, I have been blessed. But my blessings are your blessings. Nothing but your own fear of success is stopping you from living like this. Nothing pleases Our Father in Heaven more than seeing his children succeed!"

by Anonymousreply 66Yesterday at 1:28 PM


Did you see the child in the ball pit?

by Anonymousreply 67Yesterday at 1:50 PM

Anyone in my life who is foolish enough to fall prey to any MLM scheme is forever after treated like the dope they are!

by Anonymousreply 68Yesterday at 3:40 PM

I’m sure Scott Baio is planning on buying it, since he’ll be moving to Utah soon to beat up Romney

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