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Company shows off lavish ski home at Deer Valley

Company shows off lavish ski home at Deer Valley


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Jed Boal reporting If you just won the lottery and want to spend it all in one place, or you're an avid skier with very big dreams, have we got a home for you in Deer Valley!

Perched on an 8,000 foot ridge, in the midst of Deer Valley ski runs, this ultimate ski home is as good as it gets.

"We wanted to raise the bar," Resorts West CEO Joe Ballstaedt said. "We actually reached out to skiers through the readers of Ski Magazine. We asked them what they wanted to see in the ultimate ski house."

Resorts West teamed up with Deer Valley Resort and Ski Magazine to build this $19 million dollar masterpiece, and Ballstaedt showed Eyewitness News around.

Buy it if you can, rent it if you can, only cough up $10,000 a day. "It's available for rent right now. There is a market out there. There are a lot of people interested in the home," Ballstaedt said.

Six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, each as dazzling as the last, and the view is breathtaking.

The spiral staircase is made of African Mahogany, and the house even has a "chill room." The room showcases a 550 gallon aquarium that will soon hold native trout.

The grand theater boasts a 124 inch screen and stadium seating for 17. "We're very excited about how that will bring people together to celebrate skiing," Ballstaedt said.

When you're done with your day on the mountain, you can leave your gear in your very fancy locker room and get on with the business of après ski.

The house has a golf simulator, two wine cellars, and you can fix your own meals or impress your personal chef with its gourmet kitchen.

Outside, a slope-side pool and hot tub on a 4,500 square foot heated wraparound deck and patio.

To rich for our blood? Celebrities, corporate groups and weddings should keep the home well-loved.

If the home is as popular as they expect it to be, there are plans to build more like it.

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