Perched in the heart of Capitol Hill, this historically prominent property has been expertly updated (with help from one of the current owners, an architect) to embrace modern living while maintaining its rich, character-laden qualities. Inside, the open living areas are packed with original elements including trim, molding, wood flooring, and one particularly well-preserved fireplace. In order to bring this historic structure up to speed, it was taken down to the studs and now boasts new plumbing and electrical systems, a new roof, and new exterior stucco and paint. Bright and inviting, the kitchen holds custom cabinetry, quartz countertops, and plenty of rooming for baking, basting, and brÃ»lÃ©e-ing. A serene retreat, the main suite includes a double vanity, a free-standing tub, and a large shower. This spot’s separate guest suite has been a huge Airbnb success (it’s even landed in a handful of publications) and, should the new buyers wish to continue welcoming travelers, the current owners are willing to transfer over their “super host” account. Originally built in three phases during the 1870s, the home first belonged to Ebenezer Beesley, a former director of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and an important figure during the city’s infancy. Private and peaceful, the backyard-complete with its top-of-the-line hot tub-is the perfect spot to unwind. And, as far as logistics are concerned, the two-car garage features enough space to store all your gear or set up a small workshop. A home for the ages, indeed. Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.
80 W 300
Salt Lake City, Utah 84103, Salt Lake County 300 80
- Bedrooms : 4
- Bathrooms : 4
- Sqft: 2,655 Sqft