|5||bedrooms||5,050 square feet|
|4||bathrooms||.38 Acres (16,553 sq ft)|
|2||car garage||$7,102/year taxes|
Price per Sq Ft= $296 Price per Finished Sq Ft= $296
Basement: 100% Finished (Approx. 1,949 SqFt)
"No sign on property. FIRST OPEN SUNDAY 1-3 PM. This spacious custom home located on Red Butte Creek was designed and built by a scenic designer and her husband, a master carpenter, and has been featured on the Green Home Tour known for featuring homes with environmentally conscious materials and fine craftsmanship. Unique woodwork throughout, abundant storage on each level, and a great room anchored by a gourmet kitchen with a butler's pantry all contribute to the very livable open floor plan. The secluded back yard with pool and hot tub lives like a mountain retreat in the midst of the city. Apples, cherries, apricots, grapes, blackberries, raspberries, and a large, fully-planted, organic garden overlook a forested ravine complete with flowing creek, fresh-water springs, zip-line, and treehouse. No detail was overlooked and no expense spared in the construction of this highly efficient home that maintains the highest possible earthquake and storm rating. Enjoy all the bells and whistles including in-floor radiant heating, steam shower, passive and active solar, no VOC paint and cabinetry, energy star appliances, central vacuum, IPE decks, climbing wall, and heated garage. The basement mother in law apartment with separate entrance has a second kitchen, bathroom, laundry, living and dining, and can be configured as a one or two-bedroom apartment allowing for the option between three and four bedrooms in the main house. Located in the convenient and prestigious Yale-Harvard neighborhood one mile from the U of U and Westminster College, with close access to 9th and 9th, Sugar House, and Downtown, the property couldn't be better situated. The unique nature of this home assures that it won't be on the market long. They owners lived next door for over ten years before they bought this lot. It had a home on it that was damaged when a pipe broke and the basement filled with water and froze, destroying the foundation. The neighbor, whom they adored, lived in the home by herself until she was 98. When they acquired the property, the sellers wanted to honor her memory so they reused the front door, re-milled the wood from the front room to make the staircase at the heart of the home, and reused all the brick from the original home on the exterior...."