Happy Herbert Home
List Price: Sold
Neighborhood: Liberty Park
Property Profile: 1,893 sq. ft. | 2 bed, 1 bath
Our Opinion: Situated just off of State in the historic, eclectic, and entirely lovable Liberty Park area, this sleepy 1920s-era bungalow seems to match its surroundings perfectly. It kinda reminds us of a simpler time, when summer meant running through sprinklers, chasing the ice cream truck, and riding bikes ’round quiet neighborhoods. But don’t let the quaint exterior fool you—this home has seen plenty of updates in all the right ways. An open floor plan beautifully blends living area, dining space, and kitchen (which has been remodeled in the swoon-worthiest of ways), which ultimately creates the perfect space for your upcoming party, be it for Pioneer Day or Pie & Beer Day. The upstairs bathroom has also been leveled-up, and each of the bedrooms is equal parts roomy and comfy. Downstairs features more space for storage, plus an additional bathroom. Out back, you’ll find a detached one-car garage and enclosed chicken coop (fresh eggs!), in addition to a darn-cute covered patio for grilling and chilling at that aforementioned party. Naturally, you’re nice and close to Liberty Park (and Tracy Aviary), as well as some local faves like the Tea Grotto, Pig & a Jelly Jar, and Alchemy Coffee. The access to nearly everything–9th & 9th, Downtown, and Sugar House to name a few–is easy breezy, and for all these reasons, we’re thinking that this one won’t be available for very long.