Russ Nielson's house

This property may be more recognized for the home more than the resident. This home was featured on episodes of MTV’s Teen Cribs, HGTV’s Million Dollar Rooms and voted by Men’s Health Magazine as one of the 25 Manliest Homes in America.

The home, before its sale in 2014, belonged to the Neilson family. In 1985, Doug Neilson started a company in St. George Utah. St. George Truss Co. makes prefabricated trusses that enhance and expedite the framing process. The company has since become the leader in the wood component industry. The house belonged to Russ Neilson, who is currently the General Manager of St. George Truss Co.

This 24,500 square foot, 3-story, Tuscan style mansion was built in 2008. Located above the Green Springs Golf Course and situated in a gated community, this house boasts picturesque views of Zion National Park, Pine Valley Mountain, Red Rocks and the city of St. George. This is all framed throughout the large butted glass rooms. In addition to the 7 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, this house also has a six car garage. A 30 foot entry sky-lit rotunda and central staircase greets you and leads you throughout the house where you will discover a 2 lane bowling alley with optional neon and black lights, a sports pub (complete with pool table, suspended scoreboards and elevator access), 2 home theatres (one specially designed for kids) and a gym. The 55 foot atrium is home to the dual waterfalls. The kitchen houses granite counters and professional appliances. Exquisite woodwork can be found throughout the home. There are 18 flat screen tvs throughout the home and there is a whole house entertainment system. The outdoor space is 3,500 square feet and contains a pool, patio space and an outdoor kitchen.

This house is currently listed for sale for $4,290,000.
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@ 2013-10-19 01:29:57
I walked through this home during the 'Parade of Homes' just after it was built in 2008 or 2009. I've been through a lot of luxury homes/mansions--and I have to say that this home is my favorite out of all of them. Usually most mansions feel big just for the sake of being big. This home--while truly huge--didn't feel like there was any waste of space. It had a great family livable feeling--while still being jaw dropping gorgeous. And stock full of mind boggling amenities and rooms containing many over the top fun activities. A true masterpiece in so many ways. I remember the family had 6 or 7 kids and they seemed like genuinely very good people. I say congrats, and good for them.