Broadway Loft | Four Ten

5/9/2016 | Amy Tibbals

List Price: Sold

Neighborhood: Downtown

Property Profile: 2,230 sq. ft. | 2 bed, 2 bath

Our Opinion: Built in 1901 and converted from a chocolate factory to downtown lofts in 1998, this ooo-la-la of a building was the first in SLC to venture into the warehouse/loft conversion world. One of the many reasons we love this building is the uniqueness of each space inside [a few of the other spots we have sold in the last couple of years include this gem, this peach, and this honey]. This particular space? The one we're listing currently? Oh, it's stellar. Marvelous. Spectacular. For starters, we've got 18-foot ceilings. And we don't always harp on square footage--but this is worth harping about. When you're in a downtown loft, every square inch matters, so we're pleased as punch to report that this space occupies a whopping 2,230 square feet. That's a house…in a loft. On Broadway. Two beautifully-remodeled bathrooms, one with a dedicated to a soaking tub [for those post-mountain evenings] and another with a dedicated steam shower [should you ever get over that soaking tub]. The kitchen has also been recently remodeled with additional cabinets, a built-in wine refrigerator and espresso machine, and a beautiful onyx countertop. Power shades have been installed for your pleasure and silk drapes [included in the sale] were custom made for the space. But open those back up, because this west-facing unit is all "sunsets through a wall of glass" and stuff. *Subject to third party approval.

Contact Cody Derrick at cityhomeCOLLECTIVE for additional details or to schedule a private showing | 801.718.5555



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