Step into another world in this one-of-a-kind iconic Maryland Flat. Originally built in 1912 and designed by renowned architect Bernard O. Mecklenburg, his other works include the Cathedral of the Madeline. When you step into this building it is like stepping back in time into the time when no expense was spared on stunning architecture. When building was a craft, and was meticulously executed. Every inch of this building oozes charm and history. From the detailed woodwork, to the tile floors and Grand marble entry this building is truly a statement piece in our Salt Lake City Architecture. All of that is just the beginning because the unit itself is a treasure to behold. Aside from being a “museum” it is located in the prime location in the building. The southwest corner design offers two balconies/covered patios and wall to wall windows framed by stunning original wood moldings. The canopy of trees make you feel like you are perched in a treehouse. The wonderful updated kitchen in this unit is one of the best I have seen, this property is work of art. One last notable mention…. This building allows pets, a rare find for condos in the area. Seize your opportunity to own a piece of Salt Lake history.

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