The historic McCune Mansion in Salt Lake City, Utah provides an elegant and impressive setting for any social occasion or business event. The handsome and hospitable Mansion, with its state-of-the-art amenities and superior staff, is the ultimate in fine taste and gracious surroundings.
The Mansion’s world-class period architecture, workmanship, and design make it an important part of Utah’s heritage at the same time that it ranks among the grandest of early 20th century homes in all America.
The building of the McCune Mansion began in 1898 and was completed at a cost of $1,000,000.00 in 1901. The McCarthey Family purchased the Mansion in 1999 and generously returned the mansion to its original architectural splendor and exemplary workmanship while faithfully preserving its historical legacy and community prominence.
Noteworthy interior details,
Shipped from around the world, include rare materials, such as Utah onyx, Nubian and Irish marble, French tapestries, South American mahogany, Russian leather, and German mirrors. The exterior was built of native Utah sandstone and the roof, covered with tiles made in the Netherlands.
Exotic woods like bird’s-eye maple, South American blond mahogany, and 400-year-old English oak radiate warmth and beauty throughout.
Guests admire the gold leaf hand gilding, the exquisite murals, decorative scagliola, and the detailed artwork echoing century-old brushstrokes. Today, original Russian impressionist paintings accent the decor, while the glow from fireplaces and antique fixtures blend with the warmth of the magnificently carved wood to create a most gracious environment.