The Romneys unloaded this Deer Valley ski lodge for $3.92 million in 2009.
They purchased the land in 1995 and then built a 9,500-square-foot custom home, which was completed in 1999 -- just in time for Mitt to assume his role as CEO of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.
The 7-bedroom, 9 1/2-bath, post-and-beam house sits on 11 acres at the end of a private cul-de-sac with views of the Jordanelle Reservoir and the Uinta Mountains.
Most of the Western-style furnishings were custom-made and sold with the home, according to Zillow. As were the light fixtures and fireplace screens, which were created by artist and sculptor Peter Filerup.
Prior to the sale, the house was valued at $5.2 million, not including furniture, according to the county assessor's office.
It may not be 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., but the presidential candidates reside in some pretty nice digs. Here's a look at where they live -- at least, for now.
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