What happens when you put two architects together in a turn of the century Victorian two-story on a charming downtown Salt Lake City tree-lined street? You get 1481 Richards St. A thoughtfully renovated, incredibly energy efficient, open floor plan and bright masterpiece. Seriously, you’ll love the updates inside and out that bring this home together. You immediately notice the floating steel staircase with solid maple treads highlighted by the perfectly placed operable skylight, exposed beams, open kitchen, tall windows, reappointed brick, new paint, solid maple tongue and groove flooring, concrete counters, wall mounted toilets, and custom stained-glass window. You may not notice immediately, but equally important, the heated tiles upstairs, the spray foam insulation, new batt insulation to exterior framed walls, the high-efficient multi-zoned furnace, updated plumbing, electrical panel, windows, garage doors, and on and on. Outside, you will appreciate the two-car garage, original hardwood door, painted brick, new roof, chicken coop, mature trees, and large open garden areas out back. The location is hard to beat as it is within walking distance to Smith’s Ballpark, light rail and commuter train stations, and only minutes to downtown, the Salt Lake International Airport, and freeway access to the canyons and beyond.

Overview

  • Subdivision G A B B O T T S A D D
  • Style Victorian
  • Year Built1907
  • Lot Acres0.17
  • Roofing Asphalt
  • Heating Forced Air, Gas: Central
  • Cooling Central Air
  • Sewer/Septic Sewer: Connected, Sewer: Public

Features

  • Exterior Double Pane Windows, Porch: Open, Skylights
  • Security
  • Floor Coverings Hardwood, Tile

Property Features

  • Porch: Open
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