Utilities: Natural Gas Connected, Electricity Connected, Sewer Connected, Water Connected
Address: 169 E 4TH
County: Salt Lake
City: Salt Lake City
Property Taxes: $3,466
This secluded city bungalow has quite the pedigree and connection to Utah's history and Utah's first settlers. It was designed by Don Carlos Young, the son of Brigham, and father of the famed Architect Georgius Cannon Young. Don Carlos was a territorial legislator before becoming Utah's first trained architect for the LDS church, and later starting his own firm. Built in 1921, this historic craftsman style home has been oh-so-well-preserved, with original woodwork throughout, leaded glass built-ins, and a generous covered front porch and formal entry. The home was sited perfectly to take advantage of the sweeping valley views, the spreading cityscape, and the Salt Lake Temple. From its high up perch, it overlooks the rooftops of the tree-smothered Memory Grove neighborhood, with a birds-eye view of the State Capitol Building. Mature trees, manicured walkways, and full landscaping have turned this home's garden into a blooming oasis in the city. And you can rest easy, as the home has been remodeled with all new wiring and plumbing, and more. The timeless beauty of a kitchen features granite counters, subway tile, high end cabinets, open shelving, and a built-in microwave. All new energy efficient Pella windows have been installed in the home, and solar panels combined with efficient mini-split heat-pump climate control bring you to near net zero utilities. When it comes to your own recharging, take a lounge in the oversized soaking tub or bask in the twinkling sunset and distant mountain views from your grand backyard deck. As if the aforementioned enticements weren't enough, this home comes with a completely renovated, two bedroom apartment on the lower level. The apartment has its own charming separate entrance, high ceilings, a large full bath, a laundry room with storage-a-plenty, and a second large private deck with more city and sunset views. So come walk down your steps into Memory Grove and City Creek parks. Own a little slice of history, take in the breathtaking views, and live a few steps away from everything.
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