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Tan France Builds a Traditional English Tudor Home in Salt Lake City | Architectural Digest

  • Published on Feb 6, 2024
  • Tan France is back with Architectural Digest for a new edition of 'Home at Last'. In today’s episode, the 'Queer Eye' star sets out to design the exterior of his Salt Lake City home. The vision? A traditional English Tudor-style home in the middle of Utah. Watch as Tan brings England’s historic styles stateside.
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  • @smoothfoot8946
    @smoothfoot8946 3 months ago +368

    as a fellow british person i have to applaud how well he has colonised this hill

  • @1paradox
    @1paradox 3 months ago +951

    Tan: "I don't know if I deserve it, but I sure do appreciate it." He's so sweet.

    • @greggb681
      @greggb681 3 months ago +9

      He is conceited and rude. To fake being humble is a corny way of being arrogant

    • @nai110
      @nai110 3 months ago +2


    • @greggb681
      @greggb681 3 months ago

      @@nai110 Are you conceding to me?

    • @nai110
      @nai110 3 months ago +3

      @@greggb681Are you acting like we can't all see the "(edited)" at the top of your comment after I pointed out your spelling?

    • @greggb681
      @greggb681 3 months ago

      Improper use of "()"

  • @daniellebelisle2446
    @daniellebelisle2446 3 months ago +494

    Jaw on the floor. The construction, the craftsmanship, the landscaping, the greenhouse, the VIEW; it’s so personal and stunning.

    • @MickeyMoe-mp1qx
      @MickeyMoe-mp1qx 3 months ago

      The view is stunning! Utah is one of the most beautiful places in the world, for sure!

  • @miriammaciulis5488
    @miriammaciulis5488 3 months ago +82

    As I am here struggling to pay for my heating bill, I watch these people put in a heated driveway.
    RUclips can show you the world. Every faced of it.

    • @danielconradie191
      @danielconradie191 3 months ago +3

      I'd be less upset by the sheer excess had it been tastefully executed, and not some garish and painfully middle class interpretation of "what rich people must live like."

    • @MusicByElena
      @MusicByElena 3 months ago +6

      when they showed that I said, out loud, "a HEATED DRIVEWAY???"

    • @ep8755
      @ep8755 4 hours ago

      When they were in the design process, I said, "Ugh, rich people." Yes, perhaps I shouldn't have watched this. Typically it wouldn't bother me so much, but I am in the process of buying a 944 sq ft. condo that is honestly more expensive than it should be with this current housing market. But I can't afford anything more, and I have a decent paying job. If the world was fair, I would be able to afford something much more substantial. But I'm not on TV, so I guess I should just suck it up.

  • @SunnyGoesIn1D
    @SunnyGoesIn1D 3 months ago +432

    I love and appreciate that this is a longform series so much. The quality of the production, plus Tan and Rob, the effort and taste put into this… this was a late Christmas gift for me.

  • @richardmogie2893
    @richardmogie2893 3 months ago +340

    Tan France builds a 1980s North American McMansion take on a 1930s English mock Tudor suburban house.

    • @jj-if6it
      @jj-if6it 3 months ago +10


    • @babyfather
      @babyfather 3 months ago +9

      ding ding ding!

    • @sh.4409
      @sh.4409 3 months ago

      Tan France complains about English people that lived in big houses he wanted to live in. English people are white. Wtf was he expecting them to be full of instead?

    • @sabai.design
      @sabai.design 3 months ago +5

      should've had bobby berk consult 🙃

    • @eattherich9215
      @eattherich9215 3 months ago +8

      It's just so bizarre.

  • @blanquina10
    @blanquina10 3 months ago +257

    already addicted to Tan and Rob France's house videos!! it is really a piece of art!

  • @valarya
    @valarya 3 months ago +65

    I love that the contractor is wearing the one-of-a-kind custom Carhart jacket Tan gave him when they were in the Closet 🥰🥰

  • @andrewsiskind8786
    @andrewsiskind8786 3 months ago +27

    Before I watched this video I didn't realize the uncanny valley applied to the design of houses. These faux distressed bricks are surreal.

  • @ec8687
    @ec8687 3 months ago +43

    Tudor homes are my absolute favorite style homes. So traditional and beautiful.

  • @ceciliamccrary1975
    @ceciliamccrary1975 3 months ago +149

    Such an odd contrast between the backyard and the surrounding landscape on the hills...

    • @joselovelife8636
      @joselovelife8636 3 months ago +16

      yeah its a blight on the surrounding environment I am sure.

    • @jj-if6it
      @jj-if6it 3 months ago +14

      Yeah it looks stupid

    • @jlasf
      @jlasf 3 months ago

      "Odd" is a polite word. Laughable. Inappropriate. Wrong-headed. Stupid.

  • @ginacrusco234
    @ginacrusco234 3 months ago +106

    I think the landscaping does actual violence to its surroundings. The whole complex is gouged out of a mountain to which it bears no relation. The only thing I can applaud is the artificial turf around the pool.

    • @katella
      @katella 3 months ago +11

      Applauding artificial turf! 🤦🏽🤷🏽

    • @ginacrusco234
      @ginacrusco234 3 months ago +25

      @@katella Because, as they said, it does not require watering in a drought-prone region.

  • @asedition8847
    @asedition8847 3 months ago +93

    That is a beautiful yet totally tasteless monstrosity of a house.

    • @marybabameto1195
      @marybabameto1195 3 months ago +25

      Honestly you captured exactly what I couldn't express, beautiful but soulless. The opposite of Frank Lloyd Wright's respect for authenticity and context of the enviornment.

    • @nickb-
      @nickb- 2 months ago +1

      Yes. This.

    • @ellenritt7667
      @ellenritt7667 2 months ago +1

      You cannot love those kitchens.

    • @wzupppp
      @wzupppp 28 days ago

      @@marybabameto1195 It needs time to age. You cannot buy age

  • @brightgreenleaves
    @brightgreenleaves 3 months ago +164

    A behind the scenes look of the OBSCENE amount of resources utilized to house a family of 4 🙁 makes me cry for our planet. But at least they created something beautiful with a lot of care that is hopefully built to last for generations.

    • @patrick070
      @patrick070 3 months ago +62

      such a joke when they talk about sustainability

    • @amylindahl7822
      @amylindahl7822 3 months ago +10

      The next wealthy owners will, no doubt, remodel, replant, and "put their own stamp" on it. The house may last, but all the expensive finishes are not long for this world.

    • @Amor_fati.Memento_Mori
      @Amor_fati.Memento_Mori 3 months ago +1

      Sustainable for them to enjoy.

    • @Amor_fati.Memento_Mori
      @Amor_fati.Memento_Mori 3 months ago +2

      Cry louder.

    • @haylcroz
      @haylcroz 3 months ago +1

      Welcome to the construction industry.

  • @maxtremaine1109
    @maxtremaine1109 3 months ago +60

    "The grout? Yea. Mortar." Great characters in this series.

  • @SylviaRodriguez-lx9em
    @SylviaRodriguez-lx9em 3 months ago +12

    Tan, you need your own show. I would definitely watch.🥰 To all involved in this huge project👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  • @leoprg5330
    @leoprg5330 3 months ago +126

    Wow, they could just move to LA, but they decided to build a heated driveway in Utah instead. These Utah homes are really some mansions. In my head Tan was like Watch out McGee, I am coming for you!

    • @johnlosangeles
      @johnlosangeles 3 months ago +13

      Yes, they could have just bought and renovated a house in Hancock Park.... and be done with it in six months.

    • @yeet-lj3dr
      @yeet-lj3dr 3 months ago +15

      rich people get to do whatever they want tho

    • @Robertking1996
      @Robertking1996 3 months ago +2

      3x the cost

    • @MickeyMoe-mp1qx
      @MickeyMoe-mp1qx 3 months ago +1

      Shea is still much better though

  • @everausten
    @everausten 2 months ago +2

    I love how the pool feels like a water feature. The gardens are stunning. Adore the atrium. The tudor looks so authentic ✨

  • @katherinekelly4782
    @katherinekelly4782 3 months ago +202

    SLC is in a mega drought. What a missed opportunity to reduce the property's water needs. Those arboretum will need so much water to get established and then through the heat of summer will need constant irrigation.

    • @BradThePitts
      @BradThePitts 3 months ago +10

      13:14 Apparently, the opposite is true.

  • @LLLLLLLLLucas
    @LLLLLLLLLucas 3 months ago +126

    it doesn't look or feel traditionally English, it's clearly a USA take on an English House but its still very nice.

    • @BruceNotAmused
      @BruceNotAmused 3 months ago +39

      looks like a mcmansion to me

    • @hollykrupa6461
      @hollykrupa6461 3 months ago +29

      British and grew up in an area with many Tudor homes and this is really close to what many look like, I think they did a great job!

    • @poissonrouge5021
      @poissonrouge5021 3 months ago +13

      @@hollykrupa6461 I feel like it's really close to a victorian/edwardian take on Tudor though, not really actual Tudor, which makes sense with one reference being Liberty's

    • @jdos5643
      @jdos5643 3 months ago +3

      I see more English than American honestly.

  • @leleprtk
    @leleprtk 3 months ago +14

    They did a phenomenal job, definitely a teamwork all around. Looks absolutely stunning, I can totally see falling in love with a house like this as a kid and wanting to pass by it every day

  • @pietrobassosilva2379
    @pietrobassosilva2379 3 months ago +77

    This is not the style for me personally but it looks incredibly well put together and designed. The details are really nice and you can tell that they really put a lot of time and attention into this. This whole series has been incredible. Really looking forward to the next chapters.

  • @isarwono5881
    @isarwono5881 14 days ago

    A really beautiful house and magnificent view. The green house is spectacular. Congrats to Tan France & family to have this house. (It is now on my bucket list to have a house like this someday).

  • @izzy6455
    @izzy6455 3 months ago +38

    Incoming honest review...This is funny to me as a Brit. These fake big Tudor houses are very common here and seen as pretty dated as they were common in the 80s. I am so surprised he chose this style. I know he's English but that's the very reason I'm surprised. Alot of the examples of Tudor they are showing are not Tudor! They are early 20th century revival and larger and dont have the wonky look which is whatmakes the tudor look. These are nicer than the 80s ones and often beautiful but not Tudor. He'll enjoy it that's the main thing but because he is involved with design , it's a bit disappointing.

  • @DoingItOurselvesOfficial
    @DoingItOurselvesOfficial 3 months ago +61

    I’ve never seen a Tudor house like that in England.

    • @eattherich9215
      @eattherich9215 3 months ago +10

      That's because there is no such thing. That monstrosity is pure Tudor revival of the sort built by the titans of industry back in the day.

    • @GilliMarieMoody
      @GilliMarieMoody 3 months ago +3

      Congrats to Mr. France. I am curious to see how the place holds up in an Utah locale. I think it’s too bad that little to no effort was made to incorporate the surrounding area. So, am truly glad that the gardens will have some sense of the Utah history.
      And… that turf looks so real (though, it will need cleaning the way a rug is cleaned). A heated driveway… well, 😃. (One caveat: the colour🔥 of the front door😳.)

    • @danielconradie191
      @danielconradie191 3 months ago +6

      Disney Tudor.

    • @ellenritt7667
      @ellenritt7667 2 months ago +1

      Oh sure. Lots of them.

  • @staceynoble2415
    @staceynoble2415 3 months ago +11

    You've worked so hard for so long to help so many feel beautiful. You deserve this house. I'm really so in awe of the gardens. My mum would be so happy with the neat boxwoods. Always something to catch your eye, yet so tidy.

  • @mariannewolf57
    @mariannewolf57 Month ago +1

    The whole house and outside are packed with gorgeous details but- that stunning window construction in the kitchen!!!

  • @andreabontempo643
    @andreabontempo643 3 months ago +42

    Absolutely stunning! I can't believe how they brought those hedge trees in to hide that wall. Incredible. Great job on all of this.

  • @pauljames5845
    @pauljames5845 3 months ago +4

    I love how this house blends seamlessly into the landscape

  • @UHNWI777
    @UHNWI777 3 months ago +119

    Reminds me of lottery winner stories when they’re leaving behind the trailer they grew up in and building what they perceive is the idea of a generational wealth estate 🙈

  • @deepthir503
    @deepthir503 3 months ago +9

    This garden and the landscaping is absolutely beautiful 😍 🤩 👌 ❤️ 💕 💖 😍. Congratulations Tan and Rob 🎊 👏 💐 🥳 😀 😊 🎊.

  • @stephcd
    @stephcd 3 months ago +194

    The decision to apply English Tudor skin onto McMansion bones in the foothills of SLC (already McMansion central), plant a high-water "english" garden in an arid desert climate, and go to every length possible to cosplay English countryside life in Utah is just laughably out of touch with reality. As a longtime resident of Utah living in SLC I'm disappointed but can't say I'm surprised--a simple drive through the mansion-spotted foothills of SLC proves the ethos of this build is not uncommon here. It's hilarious that despite the lengths it goes to reject everything about the local environment, this house ends up fitting in perfectly with every other gaudy palatial building on its hill.

    • @pablosingman4304
      @pablosingman4304 3 months ago +10


    • @ashleydawn343
      @ashleydawn343 3 months ago +8

      Someone's jealous...

    • @tortepasti2
      @tortepasti2 3 months ago +19

      @@ashleydawn343 Responding to well thought out critique by someone who knows the enviroment this house was build in with "jealousy" is the most out of touch comment I often have to read. You are probably as wealthy as the OC and AD will not gift you this house if you climb inside their behind, Ashley.

    • @venom5809
      @venom5809 3 months ago

      TLDR you can't afford it and you are jealous. LOL

    • @divinodayacap3313
      @divinodayacap3313 2 months ago +1

      ​@@ashleydawn343 could be jealous of wealth but totally not jealous of this souless pretentious house

  • @juliadawndesigns
    @juliadawndesigns 3 months ago +43

    Absolutely stunning! Everyone did such a lovely job! Thanks for sharing the process. ❤

  • @user-qc4ck8iz4o
    @user-qc4ck8iz4o 3 months ago +18

    So wonderful to have them as our neighbors. A great addition to our neighborhood.

  • @LukasFrank-sr3ey
    @LukasFrank-sr3ey 3 months ago +8

    When he says “the landscaping is English” and they show the obviously fake fountain and the bamboo plants I am not sure if it was supposed to be serious or sarcastic by the editor of this video

  • @singgarden
    @singgarden 3 months ago +143

    Artificial turf is always a no for me and looks bizarre in the fall and winter when it's obvious it's fake. Why not use clover or some other sort of low maintenance ground cover plant?

    • @ummagumma21
      @ummagumma21 3 months ago +12

      Water is scarce in Utah

    • @ach4049
      @ach4049 3 months ago +5

      because its their house and thats what THEY want

    • @eattherich9215
      @eattherich9215 3 months ago

      @@ummagumma21: then think of alternatives. The house is already fake, so why make it even worse with artificial turf?

  • @emilyhouse1451
    @emilyhouse1451 3 months ago +23

    It’s so refreshing to see a bit of English charm on this channel!

  • @kitchenpug
    @kitchenpug 3 months ago +32

    Why are the hydrangeas already dead? They need a lot of water and acid soil. I hope this garden survives.

    • @jdos5643
      @jdos5643 3 months ago

      The gardens as Gorgeous as they are I’m sure will be cared for.

  • @stargzr
    @stargzr 3 months ago +13

    Definitely a beautiful house! But, is anyone else SUPER BOTHERED by that one limestone square that is askew, directly next to the pool???

  • @birtew2996
    @birtew2996 3 months ago +71

    This is so stunningly hideous, it’s incredible.

  • @harmlessgrey
    @harmlessgrey 3 months ago +7

    It's so nice to see his dream come true. Beautiful!

  • @guydavies5209
    @guydavies5209 3 months ago +60

    Asphalt roof looks horrible. The house overall reads like a McMansion. An amazing architect makes all the difference.

    • @jj-if6it
      @jj-if6it 3 months ago +9

      Yes, I don't know if anyone else noticed the roof!

    • @nathangreenberg3683
      @nathangreenberg3683 3 months ago +15

      Yes that is probably the biggest thing that makes it looks like a McMansion. A slate roof would be a fortune but would make a huge difference. Other issues are the horrible window over the front door and the beams being flush with the fake plaster.

  • @pat557
    @pat557 3 months ago +50

    Dude could live anywhere and he chooses Salt Lake City 😂

    • @jdos5643
      @jdos5643 3 months ago

      What’s wrong with Salt Lake City? Isn’t that where the sandlot was filmed?

    • @MickeyMoe-mp1qx
      @MickeyMoe-mp1qx 3 months ago +4

      I mean utah has the 4th Lowest crime rates, strongest economy, best fiscal stability and is one of the most naturally beautiful states

    • @jdos5643
      @jdos5643 3 months ago

      @@MickeyMoe-mp1qx California is more beautiful than Utah has a stronger economy.

  • @tesstimmons422
    @tesstimmons422 3 months ago +16

    Tan, I hope this isn't the final episode in this series. I'm so enjoying a peek around every bend. 🎉🎉🎉🎉

  • @user-ec9gv9qu4p
    @user-ec9gv9qu4p 3 months ago +2

    It’s absolutely glorious. Job well done! What a beautiful place to live.

  • @adrianarusso7593
    @adrianarusso7593 3 months ago +2

    This house is everything ❤I am so happy and excited for them. To have a dream and see it become a reality is such a blessing.

  • @prettyfaerie7
    @prettyfaerie7 3 months ago +2

    I love tan's design style, so much character. I would have added a covered walkway between the main house and cottage, especially in a snowy area

  • @melsyoutube
    @melsyoutube 3 months ago +4

    i LOVEDDD this, i really hope you do this kinda multi-year, step by step build for a bunch of other celeb homes too!

  • @cavinelizabeth
    @cavinelizabeth 3 months ago +3

    One of the photos of the nice English houses is actually a photo of the Tudor garden at Hamilton Gardens in New Zealand. I just went and it's stunning!

  • @luxelist
    @luxelist 3 months ago +12

    Love the concept and agree with everything you said about Tudor architecture. Something so timeless about it. And the house is gorgeous, you really brought that concept to life!

  • @judybennett5530
    @judybennett5530 3 months ago +2

    Absolutely stunning ! Well done. Welcome to Salt Lake City Utah! We are glad you’re here!

    • @marlenabenson
      @marlenabenson 3 months ago

      He has lived in Salt Lake for quite a while now

  • @ziggy33399
    @ziggy33399 3 months ago +4

    I’m so happy for this family ❤ it’s beautiful! 😊

  • @brynnvest8803
    @brynnvest8803 3 months ago +3

    Tan is a gift to this world

  • @jimjimgl3
    @jimjimgl3 3 months ago +37

    Yet another McMansion parading as an authentic build. Would not be out of place in Disney World.

  • @skim1291
    @skim1291 3 months ago +3

    wow, people don't make homes like this anymore! beautiful

    • @jdos5643
      @jdos5643 3 months ago

      Unless you have the money

  • @Meta.Empress
    @Meta.Empress 3 months ago +6

    Happy for Tan 😊 he's lovely

  • @RussellGSharp
    @RussellGSharp 3 months ago +20

    Straight pine wooden beams on the exterior are not 'traditional Tudor', they are 'mock Tudor'.....

  • @faria7727
    @faria7727 3 months ago +12

    The video Ive been waiting for. Congratulations Tan, love you dearly.

  • @Datarah
    @Datarah 3 months ago +7

    I adore Tan and can't get enough

  • @rafaellanieto7554
    @rafaellanieto7554 3 months ago +3

    I need more of these videos, Tan!!

  • @melissacicio4688
    @melissacicio4688 3 months ago +1

    Absolutely stunning. Blessings to you and your family.

  • @evanavazquez8625
    @evanavazquez8625 3 months ago +4

    This was an absolute joy to watch come together! I would love some insight into the interior/decor

  • @wahine101
    @wahine101 3 months ago +2

    You hit it out of the park again! This series with Tan is so wonderful. This house is so wonderful. Love.

  • @briannacasares3763
    @briannacasares3763 3 months ago +5

    Absolutely breathtaking. Well deserved Tan

  • @scubashar
    @scubashar 3 months ago +8

    Congratulations Tan - Love you and love this series!

  • @nichj487
    @nichj487 3 months ago +12

    Seeing the Tudor style completely out of its context makes this look like an elaborate film set

    @ASHSRV Month ago

    As a fellow Brit that lives in the Midwest US, I give Tan a big pat on the back. Nice to bring a little class to UTAH!

  • @toni4647
    @toni4647 3 months ago +103

    what do you mean "it looks like it has always been here" lmao this house sticks the f out, doesn't look like it belongs at all

  • @Thereal-Loramo
    @Thereal-Loramo 3 months ago +13

    You guys have done an amazing job. I love the backyard its absolutely beautiful.

  • @SeanLawlorNelson
    @SeanLawlorNelson 2 months ago

    What nice, civil people and superb architecture!

  • @billhayward1585
    @billhayward1585 3 months ago +25

    That is about as Perfect a house as I have ever seen on a modern show. I hope they put a ski lift up on the slope above their house.

  • @LilianaCroush
    @LilianaCroush 3 months ago +11

    I recently visited one of London's oldest houses (Sutton House) which was originally built in the Elizabethan era, using local material, I think the brick was actually made on the property. And you could see when the different parts of the house was built by the pattern in the brickwork. I think the brickwork pattern they used on Fance's house is a style that came into fashion after the 17th century, so to make the house seem more "Tudor" they should maybe have chosen an older pattern

  • @venom5809
    @venom5809 3 months ago +1

    Absolutely beautiful house, fantastic job all around. 👏

  • @TheSushmaHomeSellingTeam
    @TheSushmaHomeSellingTeam 3 months ago +1

    A place of charmless charm and history. Beautiful. 🥰🥰

  • @paulac875
    @paulac875 3 months ago +1

    I really like the attention to details.

  • @LHommeMultiCulti
    @LHommeMultiCulti 3 months ago +2

    Lets Gooooo i want to see the Finished House the Previous episodes were 😍❤️🙏🏽

  • @dilpreetkaur9782
    @dilpreetkaur9782 3 months ago +1

    So incredibly charming!

  • @StephanieDominguezsda2208

    I’m invested in this videos!❤

  • @KR-pe7gr
    @KR-pe7gr 3 months ago +1

    absolutely positively beautiful

  • @vinhngo303
    @vinhngo303 3 months ago +1

    amazing modern tudor

  • @animalitp
    @animalitp 3 months ago

    Absolutely stunning!!!!

  • @_brightwit
    @_brightwit 3 months ago +3

    I love this house. It's gorgeous. Tan is a visionary.

  • @MateoQuixote
    @MateoQuixote 3 months ago +12

    This was so incredible to watch. I am highly in support of creating character homes. In fact a dream of mine is if we could start mass producing character homes rather than the current mcmansion that's being produced. Even on a smaller scale of like 2-3 bedroom homes

  • @crin28
    @crin28 3 months ago

    Beautiful! I live very near to this. Great location choice and design. Wishing them many happy years ahead!

  • @grumbogee1772
    @grumbogee1772 3 months ago +26

    i enjoy ad a lot. tbh its very hard to swallow content of rich ppl living their millionaire lavish lifestyle while the rest of us can barely afford rent tho. Like its the parasite meme where the driver is looking back at the girl. Could we get a ad video focusing on normal ppl and their homes? or...their apartments? and not just these rich ppl

  • @lucadicriscio8182
    @lucadicriscio8182 3 months ago +66

    The reason the house looks Dinseyland is because theres not enough depth to the exterior. Everything is very smooth and shallow giving it a toylike look. I would say this does count as a failure on the architects part.

    • @jj-if6it
      @jj-if6it 3 months ago +6

      I'm not an architect but even I can see the facade is too perfect

  • @jj-if6it
    @jj-if6it 3 months ago +11

    It's like a Disneyland installation...

  • @user-bf3qz3ce6t
    @user-bf3qz3ce6t 3 months ago +4

    Just wonderful. Excellent Job !!

  • @thevillastudios
    @thevillastudios 3 months ago +8

    The important thing is that they are happy with it.

  • @donnaashford6543
    @donnaashford6543 2 months ago

    Dreamy. Stunning.

  • @stevenspecht001
    @stevenspecht001 3 months ago +1

    Living for Maison France! So happy to see you doing things that bring you joy!

  • @andyszymanowicz1847
    @andyszymanowicz1847 3 months ago +109

    How sad that he destroyed the beautiful native landscape for this completely out of place house and garden. Keep the English garden in England and embrace the rugged Beauty of those desert mountains. What a shame for Utah.

    • @jj-if6it
      @jj-if6it 3 months ago +3


    • @pureblue2
      @pureblue2 3 months ago +4

      It was so much better when the indigenous peoples once populated the land, untouched, unspoiled.

  • @olgaartemenko4236
    @olgaartemenko4236 3 months ago

    Breathtaking gorgeous, my dream.

  • @QueenBlayr
    @QueenBlayr 3 months ago

    Just stunning!! 😍

  • @greggb681
    @greggb681 3 months ago +38

    Watching this reminded me to stay humble ❤ When people like Tan France shows off their extremely expensive, over the top homes and then posts it online for the world to see just shows why celebrities are becoming a joke.

    • @katella
      @katella 3 months ago +5


    • @lauriebriggs9705
      @lauriebriggs9705 3 months ago

      And yet here you are supporting this vlog with a comment.

  • @Chris-pt1bl
    @Chris-pt1bl 3 months ago +11

    Beautiful house for sure it’s giving Great Gatsby

  • @michellecorson6025
    @michellecorson6025 3 months ago +5

    Wow! Absolutely stunning and beautiful. And the view!!! I have so enjoyed watching
    Tan's excitement throughout the process. Learning a bit of how this new venture fits into the context of his life makes it all the more special that he will get to enjoy this fabulous space.

  • @taykhamilton
    @taykhamilton 3 months ago

    wow this is stunning.

  • @elora5109
    @elora5109 3 months ago

    so stunning!!!!

  • @ingmarvanderhoek6314
    @ingmarvanderhoek6314 3 months ago +38

    Such a strange mix of Britain and Utah, it is an awkward looking result. They should have moved to a cottage in the Cottswolds.