250 Le Grand Circle
Santa Clara, UT, United States
Living Area: 8,564 square feet
Lot Size: 1.62 acres
This stunning French Country Home sits on one acre in the lush river bottoms of charming Santa Clara, Utah. Dozens of trees and terraced landscaping surround this 8,500 square foot masterpiece of old world architecture and modern conveniences. From the copper finials, gutters and cupola to the chimney pots (salvaged from England), this dramatic home was built with meticulous detail and wired for the future. The large open concept family room and kitchen invites family interaction. Gather around the fireplace with its stunning tall, hand carved mantel or push a button to open the bookcase revealing an entertainment system. Black walnut hardwood flooring is laid in a beautiful herringbone pattern throughout the room and is accented by arched entryways made of rough Kansas limestone and a arched ceiling breakfast nook, finished in vintage brick.
Each of the three upstairs en suite bedrooms have walk-in closets and walk-in showers. Automated Lutron window shades darken the bedrooms and reduce thermal transfer and improve privacy. In the basement, tailor your workout in the exercise room sporting a full wall of windows with a view of the downstairs patio. A Family room, powder room, storage room, pool table, theater and the makings of a wet bar and pizza oven complete the basement level. Every audiophile and movie buff will appreciate the dynamic theatre featuring a Kaleidoscope home entertainment system and legendary McIntosh audio video components. The home has a responsive lighting system that allows for easy creation of any atmosphere.
If entertaining is your passion, this backyard has a built in barbeque, spa and large patio. Music lovers will enjoy the outdoor sound system that makes any occasion perfect.
A sparkling clear salt-water pool beckons during the hot Southern Utah summers. Walk in from the beach entry, or jump into the twelve-foot-deep end, you’ll spend hours cooling off in peace and quiet. In the backyard, cross a stream and descend stone steps to a garden house and three, large stone planter boxes. The soil is ideal for garden and fruit trees, all watered by a share of mineral rich, irrigation water. Down by the river, sit on a log seat and roast marshmallows around a fire or sway in a hammock and listen to the water.