This quintessential 1920’s bungalow sits at just about the most perfect spot in the city in the heart of Sugarhouse and mere yards from Liberty Park and our newest fav’ joint, Picnic. Having been lovingly updated over years, this one’s aged gracefully. From the generous porch to the brand new Arts and Crafts front door to a well laid out interior, it’s evident the bones are solid and the details present. The owner’s suite has its own spa-like bathroom. Here, you’ll find a walk in shower and a soaking tub. Other nice upgrades include two full bathrooms, a tankless water heater and a radon system. The south facing and sun filled dining room is large enough for a right proper friendsgiving. In the kitchen, you’ll find plenty of storage. There’s a cozy banquette there, too, where sipping coffee as morning rays filter in may soon be your favorite spot. Ours might be the backyard where a handsome pergola stands loaded with ripe grapes (warm compote, anyone?). And although the front porch may be the best place to get to know the neighborhood, the backyard is sure to be your own private sanctuary. It’s fully fenced and with a double gate allowing for two off street parking spots. There’s also a workshop that could make that perfect art or yoga studio. With easy access to 700 E but deeply connected to the neighborhood, this bungalow by the park satisfies the best of both worlds. Best you come on home. Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.

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