This breathtaking and immaculately preserved craftsman home is located just minutes walk from the heart of Salt Lake. Enjoy the tranquility of a tree lined historic neighborhood with the convenience and freedom to walk to your downtown destination.
This beautifully preserved craftsman home, built in the early 1900's is part of Salt Lake's historic Marmalade district. The home itself boasts all the original architectural details that made it unique when it was first erected and that now make it a breathtaking piece of Salt Lake's architectural history. All of the original woodwork line the walls, the original fireplace remains untouched, many of the light fixtures are original, and the boiler heated antique bronze radiators remain intact and surprisingly efficient. Enjoy a taste of another time when you stay in this beautiful home with its formal dinning room, parlor, antique wooden staircase, and all the beauty of its unmatched architectural craftsman design.
On the main floor the home is equipped with a front porch and a porch swing, a large formal entryway, a formal dining room, a parlor that has been converted into a TV room with a sleeper sofa, a small powder room half bath, and a spacious kitchen with back sun room and back porch. Up a beautifully preserved wooden staircase there is a large full bathroom and four separate bedrooms.
All the beds are brand new and excellent quality mattresses. Each bed is protected with a freshly laundered protect-a-bed waterproof mattress cover.
Guests will have access to the entire upper two levels of the home including front and back porch. Basement is booked out separately.
Interaction with Guests
We are available to help with anything our guests require. We respond immediately should any questions or needs arise, but we respect the privacy of our guests while they are staying and enjoying the property.
Salt Lake City's Marmalade District was named so because early street names reflected the fruit-bearing plants and trees imported and planted there by its early residents. Settled in the early days of Salt Lake City, the Marmalade District is distinguished from other neighborhoods by steep, narrow, angular streets, mature landscaping and a surprising variety of vintage residential buildings. Within a single one-block area are almost as many styles of architecture as exist in the entire Avenues Historic District. Moreover, many buildings are considered to be among Utah's best examples of certain types of architecture.
Today, the neighborhood stands as a modest, well-preserved, monument to the skill, taste, and resourcefulness of its pioneer inhabitants.
The home is just a 15 minute walk from downtown Salt Lake City. The local UTA Trax station is just blocks away. This locations is unbelievably ideal!
NO PARTIES. (Violation of this rule will result in immediate expulsion from the property and forfeiture of damage deposit)
All gatherings with guests not included in the booking must be cleared with the host.
Be respectful of neighbors and keep noise to a minimum.
Small pets need to be cleared with host at time of booking.