A Tale of Success for Energy Drinks This winter, Russ Weiner re-listed his Park City getaway, Monitor’s Rest, on the market. The luxury ski resort home is on the market again, this time for $50 million.
Large at 4.97 acres, the property can be found in The Colony at White Pine Canyon. The home was designed as a trophy, with glass walls that showcase the surrounding natural beauty. It features a courtyard in the middle and an extensive use of technology, such as Delos’ DARWIN network. This single-story home has a remarkable footprint and narrative presence thanks to its six bedrooms and at least nine bathrooms.
The house’s spa-like features are the main selling point. There is an indoor sports court, sauna, golf simulator, Himalayan salt room, and a wellness center with a gym and a 60-foot stainless indoor/outdoor swimming pool. In addition to an office, a billiards room with a wet bar, a bowling alley, a 4K theater, and some very fine views, there is also a tower, which is the oddest architectural feature of the house.
Limestone from Croatia and charred cypress were used in the construction. The kitchen’s skylight installation stands out; each bedroom suite is unique; and the home’s hardwood floors, tile bathrooms, and natural stone countertops are consistent design elements.
Rockstar Energy Drink was created by Weiner. Forbes values him at $4.6 billion.