Coming Soon: Prairie School in Federal Heights

Open House TONIGHT, April 10th, 5:30-7:30. Rare opportunity to own a classic Prairie School style home in Federal Heights. The Hubbard house was the most expensive home built in 1918 in the Salt Lake Valley. Incredibly maintained, open layout, mother-in-law apartment, generous spaces and a beautiful yard.

Designed by Irving Goodfellow with all of the elements of the Prairie School Design, and built by Howard McKean for L.E. Hubbard (Owner of historic Hubbard-Denn Jewelers). Hubbard bought 2.5 lots to build his home overlooking the Salt Lake Valley.  This home has had continuous care and remodeling that has preserved the authentic feel of a classic bungalow.  The high ceilings and pristine Australian Gumwood moldings and doors are warm and inviting. This house is so solid there isn’t a draft in it.  Efficient digital swamp cooler only used 2 weeks of the year.  The current owner has lived in and cared for the home for 30 years.   Just a block away from Kingsbury Hall – walk to concert, University of Utah football games, and The Pie. Very generous back yard with a colossal horse chestnut tree that was planted when the house was built as well as a double tier deck that can seat 50.  Mother-in-law downstairs, storage galore, fixed staircase to large attic space.  You really should see the quality of this home.

3,970 sf, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Available for $649,000.

For more information contact Mona Stevens 801-550-8010 or Kelly Favero 801-201-3069

Keller Williams Salt Lake City

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