Condos + Lofts

The Ivanhoe

3/17/2017 | System Administrator
Kerri Fukui

List Price: 185,000.00 - 230,000.00
Neighborhood: Central City
Property Profile: 19 two-bedroom units | 700 to 1,877 sq. ft.

We think the Ivanhoe exterior is kind of a jaw-dropper. Built of brick and sandstone in 1908, it’s one of SLC’s most striking turn-of-the-century, Victorian buildings. A meticulous remodel in 2008 included a chemical peel and rejuvenation for the brick exterior and completely restored all of her old charm. Location is tops; a few steps beyond the gated/secured courtyard will get you to the library, City Creek, countless restaurants and bars, and TRAX. Individual units have lovely bay windows, walnut flooring, honeycomb tile, exposed brick, and off-street secure parking [for 15 of 19]. Classic, Victorian residence combined with a retrofitted, downtown loft. Charming, unique, a perfect mix of old-world and modern convenience.

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