This amazing home is located on one of the most unique streets in Salt Lake City — just minutes from downtown, but on a private, quiet cul-de-sac that you enter through period sandstone and wrought iron, lighted columns. This home built in 1910, retains all the elegance and charm of that era: with a large formal entry way and staircase, a formal living room with a marble and wood fireplace, and a large formal dining room. The flow of the main floor allows for elegant entertaining. The home has been enhanced with a fully updated kitchen, butler’s pantry, bathrooms, electrics, a large 3-car garage, and a slate tiled mudroom. The Master bedroom has a walk-in closet. The laundry is on the same level as the bedrooms and includes a craft/working area with many windows to make it an enjoyable spot day or night. The third floor is a fabulous family room with six skylights. The basement has an entertainment room the previously owners used as a home theater, with a fireplace, and a wet bar. The property is a double lot and the backyard and patio area are fully enclosed with brick walls. The decorative wrought iron fencing in front of the house dates to Brigham Young’s time. The enormous sycamore tree provides shade and character. The new double-paned Pella windows throughout add to the quiet and comfort of this wonderful home. Enjoy the music room and the library with mahogany and stone floors and a mahogany coffered ceiling. The bright and open kitchen contains the amazing Sub Zero Professional series glass door refrigerator. This home combines the charm, prestige, and convenience of an older home in the city center, with the comforts of a more modern home with a large lot and tons of privacy. Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.