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Bidding on the properties, which were built by the owner and had been listed at $8 million and $3.9 million, opened Wednesday and is scheduled to close on Jan. 25. There's no reserve, according to the listings with Concierge Auctions.
The first home, nicknamed "The Monastery," is a 7,800-square-foot French monastery-inspired chalet. It features five bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-baths, according to the listing. A wall of windows shows off the scenic landscape, and the cozy interior features a wet bar, fireplace and wine cellar.
The chalet was built on a ski-in, ski-out property of about 0.89 of an acre.
The second home is a 7,046-square-foot, two-story A-frame in a gated community. It includes seven bedrooms, five bathrooms and two half-baths.
It features five stone fireplaces, a billiards table and an indoor-outdoor living design between the open living room and deck. Located on about 0.56 of an acre, the home also includes a separate guest apartment.
Utah County property records show the owner of both homes is Bron Roylance. He's worked as a makeup artist on TV shows and movies, including working with Pierce Brosnan on his James Bond films and Michael J. Fox on two of the three installments of the "Back to the Future" series.
Brosnan lent his voice for a video advertising one of the auctions. "Bron is a house artist," he said in the video.
Roylance has built eight homes in Sundance, according to the video.
The Sundance Film Festival runs from Thursday through Feb. 2.