Breaking news: Former ABC news anchor and journalist Charles Gibson is selling his Park City, UT, home for $9.4 million.
The 75-year-old, who retired from ABC News in 2009, is moving away from his ski chalet. The next owner can expect great things from the winter retreat. According to the listing, Gibson and his family called the house “The happiest place on earth.” (Sorry, Disneyland.)
The contemporary home in the shape of an ellipse was designed by the owner’s mathematician brother. The home has become a local landmark that can be seen from a ski lift in Deer Valley.
Gibson first bought in the area in 1987, the year he began hosting “Good Morning America.” Enamored with the snowy escape, he and his family had the custom home built in 1995.
The 8,507-square-foot home has five bedrooms and seven baths. Walls of glass capture the beauty of the landscape, and huge decks extend the living space. The three-level residence features vistas from every room, and ski access to Homestake Ski Run and Silver Lake Village.
The two-story living room includes a fireplace and walls of glass. There’s also a formal dining room, and the kitchen opens to a family room and breakfast nook. Elsewhere there’s an office, media/game room, and hot tub. The master suite comes with a sitting area and fireplace. The mudroom includes ski storage.
Gibson spent 19 years with “Good Morning America,” leaving in 2006 to host what would become “World News with Charles Gibson.” The broadcaster retired in 2009.
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