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Welcome to 15208 S. Eagle Chase Drive, where “open concept” is the order of the day.
We hear from home buyers all the time that they want something that’s open and ready with space to entertain. Fist pump. Nailed it.
The main floor is screaming for a Saturday football party (Go Utes! Go Cougs!) or a chef who knows their way ’round a well-provisioned kitchen.
A TRIPLE panel sliding glass door leads to the massive deck with a built in hot tub and is surrounded by mature landscaping. Lemonade or sangria, anyone?
Upstairs is functional and balanced with its three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a universal loft or office, and a laundry room that can easily handle a week or two worth of clothes. Spoiler alert: The master and loft have views!
Downstairs is fully finished and finds another bedroom, bathroom and a family room that that is ready to go now, but equipped to handle a wet bar or kitchenette if that’s in your future (high five for thinking ahead, amirite?)
Clean, functional, and beautiful: don’t let this one slip by.
On Monday August 14th from 6:30-7:30PM at the SunCrest Clubhouse, the owners of the ~84 acres known as the “SunCrest Shoebox” parcel located East of Tallwoods and West of Eagle Crest subdivisions in SunCrest will be holding a neighborhood meeting to review their upcoming proposal for the SunCrest area land. There will be a short presentation followed by a question and answer session.
The latest proposal outlines nearly 40% open space, a 7-acre monument park, clubhouse, and pool; in addition to 233 housing units (81 single family, 134 townhomes, 18 townhome/multifamily). Previous proposals for the area included commercial/office space, a school, and storage facility–all of which have now been eliminated.
For those unable to attend, below is a preliminary proposal for the area.
It’s important to note to that these plans are preliminary and are still being reviewed by Draper City. If they property owners decide to pursue this plan, it will still need to go before the Draper City Planning Commission and City Council for approval. This development is not currently apart of the SunCrest HOA and would need to be annexed should they decide to join.
Yes, this is one of those “mountain views out the back door” SunCrest homes. You know the ones we’re talkin’ ’bout: sunrises, sunsets, and 24/7 scenery.
Plain and simple, it doesn’t get better than this for those that covet the SunCrest lifestyle. The backyard faces east which means your evenings on the deck (which can easily support a hot tub) aren’t spent baking in the summer sun, but soaking up those fiery views that never get old.
It’s not all about the outside here, the inside packs quite the punch. Oversized windows decorate the back of the home so that view is never lost within the walls.
The kitchen was recently freshened up with new cabinets and counters, and is likely the biggest on the block. A no-brainer for those who love to entertain.
The master retreat and adjacent bedroom/office deliver the most elevated views of the house. Go ahead, enjoy the moment.
Let’s be honest, with five beds, four baths, a three-car garage, and two laundry rooms, this fully finished home is one you won’t want to miss.