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By Champion3 @ 2010-11-08 07:45:29
Russell D. Nielson (age 27 as of 2015) is Vice-President of St. George Truss Company, a lumber seller. The founder and president is Doug Nielson. He studied at Utah State University.

The 24,500 sq ft home is for sale for $9.495 million. It was featured on an episode of Teen Cribs in 2010. Dubbed “Fantasia”, this home contains 7 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, an elevator, a 6-car garage, a 1,900 sq.ft. Master Suite. The lower level contains a two-lane bowling alley with luxury lounge, an arcade with 30 games, a dance club, a sports pub with full kitchen, and 2 Home Theaters (1 for kids, 1 for adults). 2 studies, a Spa Retreat (exercise room, pedicure and massage room), and a 3-story Domed Atrium with 55 ft. waterfall.
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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.