Former Jazz Coach Quinn Snyder Lists Salt Lake City Mansion for $12.75 Million

former Utah Jazz Fitness Trainer Quinn Snyder He abandons his elegant mansion in Salt Lake City. Snyder is asking a whopping $12.75 million for this property, which is currently the most expensive home in the city.

After their disappointing first-round exit from the 2022 NBA Playoffs, Snyder stepped down after eight seasons with the team. Now he’s moving from his fancy towel.

The 12,383 square foot residence was built in 2018 and includes eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms.

‘Fantastic’ modern farm

Described as a “wonderful modern farmhouse,” the gated property offers views of Mount Olympus.

The mansion features a giant large room with a window wall and a large fireplace.

Living room

The adjoining open kitchen has a massive island, built-in seating, and pantry.

eat in the kitchen

An adjoining brick-walled sunroom opens onto a balcony and entertaining space.

Other features include a library, family room and desk.

The baller bed also comes with a gym, wine cellar, relaxation room, game room and bar.



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Go upstairs and find five bedrooms. The basic suite features a walk-in closet, dressing areas, built-in units, a fireplace, and a deck. The bathroom includes a steam shower.


Outside, there’s approximately 1,500 square feet of covered living space, with a fireplace, cooking and dining areas, and a lounge.

outdoor living space

Recreational options include a saltwater infinity pool with waterfall, sports court, pickle, and golf course.


Complementing the list is a five-car garage and elevator.

The listing states that “the owners have created a home with great livability and the best possible security, audio, and smart home features.” Quite simply, he has it all.”

In addition to having it all, the location is top shelf. The upscale area is nestled in the mountains with valley views and offers easy access to the airport, canyons and downtown.

Snyder, 55, resigned from his position with the Jazz in June after leading the team to six consecutive NBA playoffs. He walks away from his position as the second best coach in the team’s history.

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