James Bond fanatics are in for a luxurious treat when the $33.5 million mansion aptly named Snowfall comes to life. Developer Matt Alcone of Alcone Ventures is building this expansive manse in Park City, Utah and like its name, takes design cues from the film franchise.

This ski home is currently under construction at Utah’s Deer Valley Resort. It boasts about 15,000 square feet of space and floor-to-ceiling glass walls and a flat roof. It has a sleek, modern design inspired by the 2015 movie “Spectre.” Standing 9,000 feet above sea level, it offers expansive views of Wasatch Mountains and Park City. It also has access to Deer Valley ski trails as well as backcountry skiing

The Snowfall mansion is reported to be the most expensive home ever listed at the ritzy Deer Valley Resort. It is also one of the priciest listings in the Beehive State. A property that carries such an expensive price tag must definitely have something great to offer too.

This home not only delivers “a sense of awe and drama” as Alcone told Robb Report. As such, it will rely on hand-cut Montana Moss Rock for the construction and reclaimed timber along the walls and ceilings for warmth. The living quarters boast 16 fireplaces and four bedrooms each with adjoining bathrooms and patios. It even has an 11-bed bunk room equipped with two private bathrooms, two walk-in closets, and a patio.  

Of course, the Snowfall mansion will have an entertainment room for screening James Bond flicks. Meanwhile, other highlights include an office with its own bathroom, a fitness center, a sauna, a steam room, and a massage room. Outside is a 44-foot heated pool, a rooftop deck, multiple garages, a motor court, and separate lockups for ATVs and snowmobiles. 

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