Mountains have always been a point of attraction for everybody. Many years ago they used to be used as a refuge place for those who wanted to hide, a place of meditation or a place of exploration for those who wanted to discover the treasures mentioned in different legends or the gold that could be valued in various ways. Nowadays mountains still remain a source of exploitation of different materials, a place for meditation but definitely they represent the most attractive tourist area.
Park City is a mountain area where you could see many attractive estates and one of them is Exclusive Bald Eagle Estate. It is situated at the top of Deer Valleys Silver Lake Village area, a wonderful location which offers great views of the mountain surroundings. The mountain construction is a impressive building made of stone and wood surrounded by trees which make it look like a fairy tale cottage. The house was designed by the local architect Rick Otto and the well known architect Charles Gwathmey, and built by renowned hotel builder New Star Construction. Naomi Leff was the one who designed the interior decorations and art pieces.
Each bedroom has a full bath and closet and private area too so that every guest of the house can enjoy the full comfort and privacy. The interiors are made of wood, some of the furniture pieces have a rustic and traditional design. On the floors there are colorful traditional carpets that make you think of the things created by the Indian tribes. Indian suits, decorative items, even pictures with Indian figures appear almost everywhere.
The stone or modern fireplaces make the atmosphere warmer and relaxing which is perfect for a mountain house. If you think that is a peaceful mountain area and you might get bored you must forget about this idea. Here you can enjoy a billiard room or a separate game room. The home has a ski run right to the back of the house and to a ski room where you may enjoy for a lounge, bar and fireplace. The stone roomed indoor pool, spa and sauna will definitely satisfy all your senses and make of you a fresh person after a long day of skiing.