Real Estate

Rockstar Energy Drink Founder Asks $50 Million For His Mansion In Park City, Utah

Billionaire Russell Weiner, the creator of Rockstar Energy Drink, has listed his Park City, Utah home, Monitor’s Rest, with Engel & Völkers Park City for $50 million. Situated on 5 acres, the property is the most expensive home in Utah.

From a Darwin Home Wellness Intelligence Network that regulates circadian rhythm lighting, monitors and calibrates indoor air quality, filters pollutants and removes pathogens from the air, including viruses, to a Himalayan salt room, the extravagant 17,000 square foot, ski-in/ski-out home features a multitude of amenities.

The property also includes a 60-foot indoor/outdoor stainless steel pool, wellness spa with gym, cold plunge pool, hot tub, Turkish bath, infrared sauna, massage room, an indoor sports court for volleyball, basketball, pickle ball, a climbing wall, golf simulator, bowling alley, a versatile living/media room with Steinway-Lyngdorf audio and 200-inch Barco 4k digital cinema laser projection system and a panoramic tower situated above the trees to take in the breathtaking views.

Monitor’s Rest was named winner of the distinguished Robb Report Best of the Best award for best amenities. Nestled mountainside at the base of Monitor Bowl on Park City Mountain Resort, the home has been designed to be the finest expression of mountain living anywhere.

The legacy-quality modern compound on five ski-in/ski-out acres is within the exclusive gated enclave of The Colony at White Pine Canyon and provides stunning views of Monitor Bowl and the ski resort. The timeless architecture offers world-class amenities paired with the finest materials and craftsmanship, including Italian steel windows, Croatian limestone, shou sugi ban charred cypress and a full copper roof combined with an innovative and cohesive layout for a seamless flow throughout almost 18,000 square feet of living space.

According to Mansion Global, Weiner said he originally planned on keeping the home but plans changed. “It’s never been slept in,” he said. “It’s better than new.”

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