Draper Versailles home highlight of Salt Lake Parade of Homes
A local residence received a large amount of attention for luxury, style and design during the recent Salt Lake Home Builders Association Parade of Homes tour.
The Loeffler home (1429 South Canyon Vine Cove) was built by local business Lane Myers Construction. The house was designed to incorporate elements of the French Normandy style, complete with a full limestone exterior. Measuring 20,222 square feet in size, the home has been called the “Versailles home” and drew a large number of visitors during the Parade of Homes tour.
Lane Myers Construction owner Lane Myers said homeowner David Loeffler wanted to build his dream house in Draper because he loves the area.
“He wanted to share his vision with [the community],” Myers said. “One of the things people commented on was that the home was actually livable.”
Loeffler is well known throughout the entertainment industry as a manager and promoter of major talent. His clients have included Lionel Richie, Usher and Jennifer Lopez.
Loeffler grew up in California and still works in Los Angeles, but married a Utah native. As a result, Loeffler divides his time between work and the new family residence in Draper.
The Loeffler home was a featured residence on the Parade of Homes tour, held this year from Aug. 3 to 18.
The house features a theater room, ballroom, grand staircase at the entry, numerous fireplaces and four master suites. The home also has two floors, with eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
During the Parade of Homes, more than 18,000 people visited to take the tour. More than 1,000 people took the tour more than once and the home had more than twice the number of visits than any of the other homes on the tour.
Out of respect for the privacy and concerns of neighbors, during the tour, visitors to the Loeffler home were asked to park at the Draper Temple and take a shuttle bus chartered for the occasion.
The Loeffler family has moved into the home since the tour ended.
Myers said Loeffler was very appreciative of the construction crews and everyone involved in building the home throughout the process.
“He’s a great client,” Myers said.