It's remarkable, really. The number of times we stumble upon unique, breathtaking, and completely praiseworthy homes in our own humble, salty streets is pretty staggering. But really, it isn't. Because there are so many unique, breathtaking, and completely praiseworthy people in this town, it's only fitting they'd live in spaces of an equally high caliber. A few weeks back, we gave you the delicious details on this remarkable SLC space. For those of you who may have missed it, imagine an impossibly-dreamy cottage, fit for the loveliest English countryside. It's a completely custom number--the original owner had it commissioned (from one Georgius Young Cannon–architect of the Springville Carnegie Library, the Beehive House Restoration, and this space) for his British bride, hoping to make her feel a bit more at home in her new, salty surroundings (yes, Utah is home to homes of all kinds). And hominess it emanates, to every individual that steps inside. From the raked-cement cathedral ceilings, to the fittingly humble-yet-completely-updated kitchen, to the divine valley views and stately backyard space--every fabulous aspect of this Avenues abode has been designed to make those within feel utterly welcome. And the personal touches (by the fabulous folks that currently reside inside) have done it all the more justice.
So it's no surprise that so many potential suitors turned up for the opportunity to peruse such a pitch-perfect home. Deliberately designed, artfully styled, and wall-to-wall with those cozy vibes that make you want to put down roots and put 'em down now. Take in the photos below, then take in the fact that this very property has just seen a price drop to 1,995,000.00. Life in a cottage may be closer than you think.
Contact Cody Derrick at cityhomeCOLLECTIVE for additional details or to schedule a private showing | 801.718.5555