Designed by world-renowned architect Wallace Cunningham, this steel, concrete, glass and stone structure earns its name from the way it cascades artfully along the mountainside. It sits privately and perfectly on 5.63 view acres.

A stunning walnut staircase juxtaposes with massive glass windows. Surfaces are covered with Serpentino Verde stone slabs that have been brushed, polished and cleave faced.

The home’s dramatic exterior is matched by lavishly lit water features.

One wing of the house is dedicated to the three-room Master Suite, which is guarded by a massive Walnut wood door and is a sanctuary unto itself, complete with sitting and media areas, a floating fireplace and panoramic views. The master bath features his-and-hers dressing areas and closets.

Three additional guest rooms showcase incredible light-filled bathrooms and jaw-dropping views of the surrounding mountains and lakes. A media room and yoga room gracefully flow from one to another.

The grand outdoor terraced patio is large enough to entertain hundreds of guests with fire features and endless vistas of mountains and water. All of this is surrounded by a peaceful pond, a boulder-encrusted waterfall and a meandering granite block river.

This unique home is located in The Promontory,  which has  signature golf courses: The Jack Nicklaus Painted Valley Golf Course with its brand-new, stunningly modern clubhouse and its new restaurant, The Peak, featuring some of the best views in the valley; and the Pete Dye Canyon Golf Course with its own clubhouse and the Hearth Grille Restaurant.

This home is listed for $16.9 million with Windermere Real Estate – Utah, an affiliate of Luxury Portfolio International.