Ski Home In Utah Inspired By The James Bond Movie “Spectre” Listed For Sale

Construction is underway on a luxurious 15,000 square-foot residence in Park City, UT atop the slopes of Deer Valley ski resort. Paying homage to the iconic glass house in the James Bond movie “Spectre,” this grand abode has been named “Snowfall” – a reference to the Bond classic, “Skyfall.”

The developer of the home, Matt Alcone of Alcone Ventures, told On The Inside that it has an asking price of $32 million and construction won’t be completed until the 2023/2024 ski season.

Alcone found what he was looking for in the top of the Deer Valley Resort mountain, after searching for years for a place to build a glass house like the “Spectre” he once visited in Austria. He was drawn to this spot due to its beautiful, unobstructed views and privacy, noting that the ability to ski down the mountain from this location was also an appealing element.

The primary bedroom of this property is a whopping 1,500 square-feet and boasts two fireplaces. For entertaining, the main kitchen is joined by a catering kitchen and opens to an outdoor BBQ area. The media room is stocked with movie favorites, including “Spectre.” Just off the wellness center is the pool deck. Vehicle lovers will appreciate the car showroom, with turntables to show off treasured cars and additional garages for snow vehicles.

Alcone suggested that the privacy and security of this home, its private Apres ski lounge, and rooftop decks with outstanding views of the Wasatch Mountains would be of great interest to a potential buyer.