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1410 E SOUTH TEMPLE, Salt Lake City UT 84102
Built in 1937, timeless and yet modern with exquisite attention to detail. The core of the home is a grand gently curved staircase in the two story entrance hall. The steps and entry hall floor are original Larstone (hand stained concrete) with iron railings. Almost like a balcony, the landing atop the stairs overlooks the foyer below. The S clay tiled room has been carefully maintained (removed by conveyor belt prior to new roof being built and then replaced) by present owner to preserve architectural integrity of the home. Arched windows, beam ceilings and wood-accent doors were built with fine craftsmanship of an earlier time. Step down large living room with vaulted ceiling is filled with light with wood burning/gas fireplace which draws beautifully. Rooms are large and spacious, flooded with natural light. Great flow ideal for entertaining with built in bar in entry or enjoying a cozy evening with family and friends. Fully remodeled kitchen features Wolf and Subzero appliances yet evokes the home's 1937 origins. Finally, two attached garages (front and back) - a rarity in Federal Heights - allow for ease of entry and security. Separate mother-in-law apartment connects to back garage with own entry. Gently sloping front yard with mature trees; intimate, peaceful backyard with access from kitchen, breakfast room and den.