Multiple Offers Received Over Asking. A wonderful 'Period Revival' bit of architecture in historic Gilmer Park (where Salt Lake's first Country Club was located). Soldiers coming home from WWI brought back memories of grand French and English homes/buildings that influenced builders and designers of homes like this in the early 1900's. The original developers of the Gilmer area knew what they were doing in making sure that any new construction had to be of a certain sized and priced home (back then the most a new home cost was no more than @$7500.00). Here you'll find the original woods throughout the main floor with a few surprises like big skylights for ambient light and a lovely little stream in the back yard sanctuary. The sellers are relocating out of state and write: "We have loved our Gilmer Park home. The house is located within an urban forest with a variety of mature trees, a stream and a yard full of song birds, quail, owls and hawks. Although the yard provided us with much privacy, we enjoyed our views of the valley and knowing our wonderful neighbors. We found the home perfect for raising our two sons to adulthood. They could walk to their schools. They could catch a bus for downtown or have easy access to the mountains for hiking and skiing. As adults without children we have enjoyed walking to local restaurants and stores and having easy access to downtown entertainment." SEE AGENT REMARKS FOR WATER RIGHTS AND MORE INFO. PLEASE PARK ONLY ON NORTH SIDE OF STREET.
Listing courtesy of Urban Utah Homes & Estates.