OPEN HOUSE SAT JULY 24 12-4 PM. Will accept offers until 5 PM July 25. Beautiful Victorian-era 'Builders Venacular' style home with a sitting front porch and nice little back yard. Originally built for Henrietta Losee, a widow, whose husband had been a partner in McConaughy-Losee Lumber Co. in SLC. She built it and lived here the rest of her life with her sons, Frank and Bill. Later the sons moved to 1117 E. 600 So. and 1136 E. 200 So. respectively to be close to mom. The home has been lovingly restored and updated, with beautiful original fir floors, leaded glass windows-one with a stained glass fleur-de-lis, new roof as of 2016 and R-59 insulation, updated kitchen with stainless appliances and quartz counters, all new plumbing and HVAC. Two car garage has alley access and door is 6'6" tall for smaller trucks/SUV's. Full sprinklers but xeriscaping in the front strip. Located just below the U of U and on a UTA bus line. Seller is relocating out of state.
Listing courtesy of Urban Utah Homes & Estates.