For Sale: 30 million dollar house with a 28-car garage

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The second most important purchase, after a car, is one’s home. Car dorks like us put garages high on the priority list for obvious reasons, but what if you own more than three cars? What if you have a whole collection of cars that you just can’t part with?
Can I suggest this lovely log 22,000 square-foot log cabin in Park City, Utah?

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This thing is so big, the pictures don’t seem to do it justice. There are twelve bedrooms, two bunk bedrooms with 20 mattresses (WTF? can someone explain in politically correct terms?), sixteen bathrooms, indoor pool, gym, library, and children’s playrooms. It’s like a damn resort! Most importantly there are two garages, one that holds six cars and anther that holds 22 cars. Woah.
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Interesting collection. I’m happy to see that these are not the latest over the top exotics but rather a mint selection of fairly common modern classic vehicles. Look, a DeLorean!
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Source: zillow

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  1. Rust-MyEnemy Avatar

    So, if we're not buying it, I guess Hooniverse HQ is going to be that mouldering trailer and corrugated iron car port after all?

  2. Vavon Avatar
    Vavon

    Nice, but sadly the garage is not big enough for my car collection.
    <img src="http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/upload/29415/OPI/car50desktopwallpaper.jpg&quot; width="640/">
    Right click for gigantic size!

    1. Kamil_K Avatar

      Veyron? ewww….

      1. Kamil_K Avatar

        Pretty awesome collection tho. I'd change out the 997 for an RS America, early Elise for a late Exige, Veyron for an Integra Type R (!!), I could live without the Esprit, GT350 for that Mustang, I don't need that new Rolls maybe a MB 600 in its place, I'd boot the Smart car for a Peel P50…
        I could go on, but that's a solid start.

      2. dr zero Avatar
        dr zero

        To be fair, it is a pretty awesome front row other than the Bug. If someone wanted to give me the lime green one, the silver one in the middle and the red one, I wouldn't say no!

  3. dukeisduke Avatar
    dukeisduke

    Wow, who's place is that? Given that it's Utah, one of the Millers is the first to come to mind.

  4. mdharrell Avatar

    Nope. I recently bought a place. I'm not moving the fleet again so soon.

  5. buzzboy7 Avatar
    buzzboy7

    I've been in a few mammoth houses in Park City. There is a LOT of money there. I wish it'd been in this one though. I love the smattering of 80s Mercedes

  6. Drzhivago138 Avatar
    Drzhivago138

    The inner farmer in me looks at a house surrounded by trees and thinks, "yep, they'll either be taking some out or doing home repairs within the next 5 years." Of course, that's from personal experience living in a place known for having 45 mph straight-line winds, 70 mph wind gusts, and old-growth deciduous trees that have stood waaaay past their natural life cycle because my grandpa refused to ever take out any trees, regardless of how close they were to the house, barn, garage, etc. Naturally, this led to a flurry of tree removal in the summer following his death.

  7. Sjalabais Avatar
    Sjalabais

    The necessary upkeep gives me brainspasms. But in this league, people obviously don't need to fix anything themselves anymore. Holy smokes.

    1. Rust-MyEnemy Avatar

      And that's before you factor in for all the cobwebs. Bleurgh.

  8. stigshift Avatar
    stigshift

    Apparently, Mormons can have a LOT of kids. And wives… And cars…

  9. Jay_Ramey Avatar
    Jay_Ramey

    Pool's too small for $30mil and the garage interior is, umm, basically suburban but with more room inside. And it still has those rickety-ass individual doors. The garage doesn't seem to be arranged so that the back row cars could get out without at least one moving in the front.
    Why not just have one or two doors and an interior parking layout that permits an internal driveway, like in apartment buildings?

  10. Van_Sarockin Avatar
    Van_Sarockin

    Not even if they threw in the cars. Way too small.