1990s sitcom phenomenon Lisa Kudrow no longer wants to be a snow bunny. The 53-year-old actress sold her impressive ski retreat in Park City, Utah, for US$3.6 million, 10 percent less than the original listing price.
Originally put on sale almost a year ago for close to US$4 million, the house-sized condo is set in the Black Diamond Lodge, a well-appointed residential building popular with part-year residents and vacation renters, at the Deer Valley winter resort. It has four bedrooms and six bathrooms spread across two storeys. One of the en-suite bath is said to come with a heated whirlpool on a private terrace.
The penthouse measures about 3,759 square foot of indoor living space. The house has full-length windows frontages, capturing the far-reaching views of surrounding mountains. An entrance hall leads to the open-plan living and dining area where double-height ceilings are anchored by a stone-fireplace. She sold it through real-estate agency Engel & Völkers.
Residents at the slope-side Black Diamond Lodge will benefit from a main reception area; a ski-prep room with lockers; a chauffeur and daily housekeeping services; a private gym complete with a steam room; a children’s play room; and a heated on-site parking garage.
Park City’s historic Main Street with its many restaurants and boutiques is just a stone’s throw from the property, while Salt Lake International Airport is a 30-minute drive away.
Variety reports that Kudrow continues to own two multi-million-dollar homes in Beverly Hills — a 6,397-square-foot Mediterranean-style abode with swimming pool and tennis court above LA’s Benedict Canyon and a 4,396-square-foot, faux-timbered Tudor cottage a few blocks away from the boutiques and eateries along Rodeo Drive.