In case you’re on the market for a new mansion, tech entrepreneur David Spafford and wife Susan are selling their 24,127-square-foot home. It’s listed with Coldwell Banker and has five bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, 4-car garage, a home theater, indoor jacuzzi, 2 kitchens, tennis court, and a game room. The home is located in Holladay, Utah, right outside of Salt Lake City.
David Spafford co-founded the Megahertz Corporation in 1985, which he started in his basement when he was a student at the University of Utah. The company became the top manufacturer of laptop computer modems, and was sold to US Robotics in 1995.
The property’s experience begins quietly on its private lane that crosses over a bridge into the circular driveway.
It sits on 3.6 acres and is located 10 miles outside of Salt Lake City.
Limestone fireplaces, stone flooring from castles, doors with two-hundred year histories, and artisan chandeliers root the home to tradition.
Oriental rugs and beautiful art hangs on the walls of the “great room.”
The view from upstairs gives you an idea of just how spacious the kitchen and living area is.