Unique opportunity to live in the historic and highly desirable Harvard/Yale area. This traditional “Rock and Shake” Cape Code style home at 1380 Harvard Ave, offers many unique and outstanding features including large rooms (living room, dining room, kitchen and bedrooms), beautiful archways, elliptical doors and window, exposed rock walls, and a one-of-a-kind mahogany-lined main floor library/study with bookcases and a fireplace. This timelessly classic home built for the 1932 Utah Parade of Homes, has 4 spacious bedrooms, including 3 upstairs and 1 in the fully finished basement. There is both a full bathroom off the master bedroom and another 3/4 bathroom upstairs, a powder room on the main floor and a 3/4 bathroom in the basement. The well laid out interior includes a family room/TV room off the kitchen with an exposed Sandstone wall and French doors to the patio; a kitchen set under a Sandstone archway offers granite countertops, large island and great storage for the discerning chef. In addition there are 4 fireplaces strategically located in the living room, main floor family room, library/study and master bedroom. The basement provides a second family room with a built-in entertainment center, wet bar and fridge. The home has a nicely landscaped yard with manicured lawn, mature trees, shrubs and flowers, including a stone patio, waterfall, pond and gazebo in the back and side-yard. The home is approximately 4500 square feet and is situated on a corner lot of some 10,200 square feet and features a 2-car garage (with attic storage in the garage.) Buyer to verify all information and square footage.