Imagine owning a house in Park City, with direct access to the lifts, plus inheriting a collection of boards to boot.
For a cool $18.9 million, someone could call this dream home, owned by Skullcandy and Stance founder and industry entrepreneur Rick Alden, their own.
A look at the more than 5 acre property and its proximity to Park City’s offering. Photo: Summit Sotheby’s International Realty
The 33,000-square-foot house was recently listed on the market, according to a Wall Street Journal report, and has all the bells and whistles of a true snowboarder’s home, including gear lockers, boot dryers and custom-built board racks.
A look inside Rick Alden’s 300+ snowboard collection. Photo: Summit Sotheby’s International Realty
Alden says he is willing to throw in part of his massive, 300+ snowboard collection, which includes boards signed by Olympians and pro-athletes, as well as icons like Jake Burton and Terry Kidwell.
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A quick look at just a few of the boards that come with this snowboarder’s dream home. Photo: Summit Sotheby’s Realty
The house sits on 5.53 acres, with 14 bedrooms, 22 bathrooms and an 18-car garage. Beyond the snow-specific perks, it also boasts a spa, a gym, and eight fireplaces. The property last sold for $12.5 million in 2009.
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