Elizabeth St. – New Salt Lake Listing

Sold Price: $252,000
Area: Salt Lake
Size: 1,972 sq. ft. / Acreage: 0.11
Bed: 3 / Bath: 1

Price Per Ft2: $128

Property Highlight:
Quiet Street ~ Close to Sugar House Shopping Center ~ Remodeled

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Elizabeth St. - New Salt Lake Listing
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Here’s a little gem for our first time home buyers out there. This brand-spanking-new Salt Lake listing will knock your socks off, plus it’s a perfect starter home. The current owner’s of the home loved this place and treated it quite well but have recently outgrown this “five-year home” that so wonderfully served its purpose. The home has about 1,200 sq ft above grade, which makes for a very open layout on the main level, which is tough to find for a home in this price range. Just check out the pictures to see how big of a dining room table fits in there! The front room is also very open and as an added bonus the beautifully built-in entertainment system is included with the purchase. The bathroom is a Jack & Jill so it feels like a master bathroom but also has the convenience to use as a guest bath. The quaint backyard has a deck perfect for Sunday morning brunch. As a bonus, you also gain some extra privacy, as you have no back neighbors to the west. This is truly a turnkey property for whoever buys it. Did we also mention that the washer/dryer and fridge would also be included with the purchase of the home? That alone will save you almost $5,000 in extra costs that you would normally incur on any other house purchase.

The close proximity is the real kicker on this house. It is walking distance to the new Sugar House commercial district and Sugar House Street Car line. In this area there are countless restaurants and shops. To name a few are the new Neapolitan Pizzeria, Melty Way, Fairmont Park, Fairmont Skate Park, Forest Dale Golf Course, and the entire Sugar House shopping center which includes, but is not limited to, Shopko, Red Lobster, Training Table, Olive Garden, Movie Theatre (more locally known as the dollar theatre for its low ticket prices) and the Fairmont Recreation Center.