If stars aren’t jetting off to a tropical island, they’re heading up to the mountains to hit up an exclusive and luxurious ski area. Most of their resort homes are more like chalets than a ski cabins.
Actor Tony Danza’s home fits into the chalet category. His mountain home is listed on the Park City real estate market for $2.7 million. The median Park City list price is $775,000 and Park City is considered to be one of the best ski resort towns in the U.S.
Best known for his role in the ’80s sitcoms “Taxi” and “Who’s the Boss?” Brooklyn-born Danza also received an Emmy nomination for his guest role on “The Practice” as well as a few forays into major films.
The Real Estalker reported in 2008 that Danza was offering the Utah home for short-term season rental. As of the end of March, however, the luxe ski pad is on the market.
According to the property listing, the home was built in 1988 and true to ski estate style, it features stone and cedar throughout the interior and exterior. The great room includes floor-to-ceiling windows and a large stone fireplace. The 4,800-sq ft home sits on a nearly half-acre lot and has 4 bedrooms, and 4 bathrooms. Other amenities include a heated driveway, elevator to all four stories, and in-ground spa with views of the surrounding mountains.
On another real estate note, Danza’s Sherman Oaks home gained notoriety when it succumbed to the Northridge Earthquake in 1994. He completely rebuilt the piece of Sherman Oaks real estate in 1997 to be earthquake proof, only to sell it ten years later at a listing price of $6.15 million.