There's something magical about living at Powder Mountain and even better when it is ski in, ski out. From the moment you wake up to views over the beautiful slopes and ridges of Pow Mow, beyond the bucolic Ogden Valley, and all the way to the Great Salt Lake you know, this is something truly special. Also zoned for vacation rentals and optional community membership with approval. Built by Big Canyon Builders and designed by architect Michael Upwall, creating a mountain modern ski home with floor to ceiling glass, reclaimed wood and interwoven indoor/outdoor living spaces that blend gracefully into the lifestyle of the mountain. Tucked just above the Village lift, step through the gear room and across the back patio, jump into your skis and slide out onto Powder's 10,000 plus acres. AprÃ¨s ski is just as easy as you relax and recharge in the 8-person, chlorine-free custom cedar hot tub or cedar barrel sauna. Get cozy on the back deck around the gas fire pit, and watch as the stunning sunset lights the mountains and lake with a fire-orange glow. Something about this altitude amplifies sunsets into a surreal display of light and colors dancing above the mountain silhouette. As far as things that can be replicated, this property checks all the boxes. With 3,450 square feet dispersed over two floors, the home feels cozy when it's just you but allows ample space for guests. With 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and two bunk rooms that sleep up to six more, it is perfect to gather your best ski buddies, or as a vacation rental when not in use. There are no rental restrictions, so as a second home, this property could help pay for itself. Other amenities include a large steam shower, gas fireplace, oversized two-car garage, and views from just about every room in the house. The property sits on .16 acres nestled in a community surrounded by more than 10,000 acres of recreational open space, including a 30-plus mile and growing network of hiking and mountain biking trails right out the door. Powder Mountain offers 8,000 acres of ski terrain, 2,800 of which are accessible from the resort's lift system. There is also a cat skiing option, and the resort has offered heli skiing in the past and hopes to again in the future. The ski area's backcountry "skin and ski" zone is directly adjacent to this neighborhood. The resort property abuts 15,000 acres of protected open space in the Middle Fork Wildlife Management Area, adding to the wilderness vibe of the development. This is all less than an hour and a half from Salt Lake International Airport. *Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only and were obtained from house plans. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.