Monitor’s Rest Is 2021’s Most Anticipated High-Alpine Property
Envisioned as a collection of outdoor living spaces, recreational amenities and artistic features, “Monitor’s Rest” is the finest expression of mountain living in The West.
Nestled amongst mature forests, this high-alpine property commands dramatic views of Monitor Bowl and the picturesque Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Knitting each element of architecture into the site in a layered and timeless way that reveals a ceremonial arrival sequence of towering spruce trees, and lush gardens, “Monitor’s Rest” is the finest expression of mountain living in The West.
Conceived by the award-winning teams at The Iluminus Group, CLB Architects, Design Workshop, Delos, Orsman Design, and Magleby Estate Homes, “Monitor’s Rest” sets the new standard for a true legacy-quality modern compound on 5 ski-in/ski-out acres in the exclusive gated enclave of The Colony at White Pine Canyon. Offering world-class amenities paired with the finest materials and craftsmanship, including Italian steel windows and doors, Croatian limestone, Shou Sugi Ban charred cypress, and a full copper roof combined with an innovative and cohesive layout for a seamless flow throughout, this property showcases over 18,500 square feet of living space.
Situated in close proximity to the Quicksilver Gondola with easy access to Park City Mountain, Monitor’s Rest is a short 10-minute drive to Park City’s Historic Main Street, a 35-minute drive to Salt Lake City International Airport, and a 30 -minute drive to Heber Valley Airport which can accommodate up to Global Express and G650 aircraft.
Featuring 7 bedrooms, an attached lockout guesthouse, 8 custom built-in queen bed bunk rooms, Ski-in and Ski-out access, a heated driveway entrance and porte cochere, plus an in-and-outdoor pool and hot tub, gym with steam and plunge pools, a bowling alley, golf simulator, and indoor sports court, alongside an aerial tower lounge and spa, Monitor’s Rest represents the epitome of luxurious living with spectacular landscape design incorporating massive local granite boulders, tailored plantings, water features, fire elements, wraparound snow melted terraces, and sculptured locations. With parking for up to 20 cars, Monitor’s Rest remains under construction and is set for completion in Spring/Summer 2021.
By Julia Roxan