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Woodland Hills showstopper estate at Summit Creek lists for $2.175 million

By Summit Creek | Posted - Jun. 14, 2020 at 8:00 a.m.

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Everyone loves a room with a view, but it’s not often that every room gets a view. For the future owner of 791 S Nebo Circle in Woodland Hills, Utah’s dramatic mountain vistas serve as the focal point for thoughtful architecture and elegant design. Combining earthy woods, elevated stone and high-end finishes throughout, this mountain home in the prestigious Summit Creek community evokes a rustic, but decidedly contemporary aesthetic.

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Floor-to-ceiling windows line the expansive great room, granting occupants an unobstructed view of Mount Timpanogos. The result is what renowned interior designer Becki Owens describes as the feeling of floating along the mountainside. That’s the feeling you’ll get even when you’re not gazing through one of the home’s countless windows, thanks to architectural and design elements inspired by the home’s alpine locale.

Natural woods and beautiful stone grace the interior and exterior of this 2019 Parade of Homes showstopper, built by Split Rock Custom Homes, in collaboration with architect Rob McQuay. But a rustic mountain lodge 791 Nebo Circle is not. From the quartz slabs lining the kitchen backsplash to the intricate wood chevron ceiling in the master bathroom, this home masterfully combines organic elements with masterful craftsmanship and state-of-the-art finishes.

Just over 5,000 square feet and featuring four bedrooms and four bathrooms, 791 S Nebo Circle embraces Utah’s changing seasons, with room – and then some – for the entire family. The main level features a gourmet kitchen complete with Wolf and Subzero appliances and Instagram-worthy pantry, formal dining space and luxurious great room opening to an expansive deck.

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The master bedroom, which completes the main level, includes contemporary fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that open to the deck and hot tub. Whatever the season, you’ll find respite in the master bathroom’s large soaking tub, backdropped by a large picture window and the Wasatch Front.

Features in a glance

  • 5002 square feet
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 3.5 bathrooms
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Kohler, Wolf and Subzero appliances
  • Quartz countertop island
  • Outdoor deck and hot tub
  • Access to the Loafer Clubhouse, Summit Springs pool complex and fitness center
  • Nearby access to community hiking trails
  • Breathtaking views of Mt. Timpanogos

The home’s lower level, which includes a second gathering space, three more bedrooms and a bar/dining space. Proving that bunk beds aren’t just for kids, Owens designed the one-of-a-kind black built-in bunk beds recently featured in the Wall Street Journal.

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Black is a theme you’ll see tastefully used throughout the home – from the small-scale wood chevron pattern surrounding the great room fireplace to the heavy deck railings, window surrounds and hardware accents. Combined with a light color palette and rich oak floors, the result is anything but heavy – in fact, this alpine masterpiece evokes a sense of California cool right here on the Wasatch Front.


As a part of Summit Creek, the living is easy at 791 S Nebo Circle. Residents enjoy access to Loafer Clubhouse, a complex of luxurious amenities and communal spaces, including a gourmet kitchen, fitness center, locker rooms and beautiful outdoor patios. Additionally, the Summit Springs pool complex features three swimming pools, a hot tub, locker rooms with showers, fire pits and large lounging areas for basking in – or out – of the summer sun.

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Surrounding area highlights

If the great outdoors is more your speed – and this home is perfect if it is – you’ll enjoy year-round access to trails that wind through Loafer Mountain and Santaquin Peak, perfect for hiking, running, snowshoeing and mountain biking. Get used to company — the wild variety, that is. Summit Creek is surrounded by protected wildlife areas, making an elk, deer or other wildlife sighting a normal — and natural — occurrence.

Of course, there’s no better way to enjoy the natural terrain than from the deck of 791 S. Nebo Circle. Seamlessly combining indoor and outdoor space, the home is both a summer hub and winter respite.

Listed at $2.175 million, 791 S. Nebo Circle is as much a lifestyle as it is a home. See how well it suits yours by scheduling a virtual tour or scheduling a private tour. Call 801.850.8837, email Tyler Belliston at or visit Summit Creek for more details.


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