|7||bedrooms||4,478 square feet|
|4||bathrooms||.22 Acres (9,583 sq ft)|
|2||car garage||$6,605/year taxes|
Price per Sq Ft= $222 Price per Finished Sq Ft= $225
Basement: 95% Finished (Approx. 1,123 SqFt)
"Picturesque, immaculately maintained 4-story Victorian mansion in coveted Federal Heights district with magnificent city and mountain views. From the majestic foyer, complete with grand entry stairwell, all the way up to the whimsical attic bedrooms, this classic 1890 pioneer home stuns with the love and care evident in every luxurious detail. Marble and hardwood floors, original crown moldings, airy skylights, vaulted ceilings, polished wood and two-tone paint further enhance the charming ambiance. Sunlight streams through the antique glass of giant double-hung windows dressed with cascading silk curtains throughout. Nooks and crannies and bonus rooms abound. The stately old-fashioned remodeled Victorian kitchen features new marble countertops, a black and white diamond marble floor made of Crema Marfal and Emprador marble, a custom-made island topped with solid end-cut walnut (preferred by chefs, loved by all), a farm sink with bridge faucet, cheerful white cabinets, and a Wolf range stove, Sub-zero refrigerator, and Bosch dishwasher. Take in views of the garden from the romantic rooftop veranda to unwind after a long day, gazing down at maple, Bartlett pear, Santa Rosa plum, and Alberta peach trees, veggie and herb gardens. A weeping cherry tree in the front yard adds to the enchantment. The basement features its own private entrance and has been converted into a mother-in-law suite, complete with a brand-new kitchen, full bathroom, large living room and bedroom. The original carriage house, attached to the two-car garage, contains a rustic workshop for him, and a potting shed with the potential to become an adorable "She Shed" for her. Walking distance to the University of Utah, Natural History Museum, Museum of Fine Arts and Rice Eccles Stadium. This prime location abounds with opportunities for cultural exploration and recreation, and is only a mile from downtown...."