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We don’t even know where to begin. Four years ago, an idea was born to collect warm winter clothes for those who desperately needed it. We brought their plea to you — our friends, our neighbors, our SunCrest community — and you delivered in a big way.
“Why stop there?” we wondered. Since then, this annual tradition has continued to grow. Not only have your donations grown, but so have your stories of what this has meant to you. Seeing your donations literally pile up (and overflow!) at the clubhouse has been an amazing and touching experience for us. Personally meeting neighbors to pick up donations and hear stories of “I’ve been saving these for 6 months to give to you,” or “I went and bought these items for the drive,” has been a humbling and rewarding reminder of what a great community we live in.
This year, SunCrest donated over 600 items, nearly 20% more than years past! In addition to the used items that go to The Road Home, approximately 60 brand new items were donated and will be a part of Candy Cane Corner, a holiday store stocked with donations where low-income, struggling families and individuals from the YWCA, Road Home, and Volunteers of America can go to “shop” in a dignified way for presents for their families. Every item you gave will help someone this season.
Thank you SunCrest. Thank you for your donations, big or small. Thank you for helping another man, woman, or child stay a little warmer this winter.
Scott Steadman and Robyn Foulger
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- 126 single family units with minimum lot size requirements ranging from .18-.23 acre.
- 24 total tri-plex and six-plex multi-family units.
- Nearly 6.5 acres of regional commercial
- Proposed parks and trails managed and maintained by a HOA.
- 35% open space
It’s important to note to that these plans are preliminary and are still being reviewed by Draper City. It will still need to go before the City Council for approval. This development is not currently a part of the SunCrest HOA and would need to be annexed should they decide to join.
No parent ever admits to having a favorite child, but let’s face it: they totally do. The same can be said of homes.
This house at 14788 S. Shadow Grove Court hails from one of SunCrest’s most celebrated builders, and it received “favorite child” treatment from them, even above and beyond what other homes with the same floorplan received when they were built.
A bigger family room means more accessibility, and more enjoyment.
The main floor was designed to host parties, dinner dates, or days of your own pajama-clad noshing. The large chefs kitchen is complete with double ovens, granite countertops, stainless appliances, and an island that can handle any holiday feast with ease.
The sellers love the master retreat and it’s hard to disagree. It’s a lavish space with coffered ceilings and a master bathroom dressed to the 9’s.
Downstairs is sensible, spacious, and consistent to the home’s design elements.
Outside, the landscaping has extra flair for killer curb appeal that blends perfectly with the serene SunCrest backdrop.
Sure, the home was a little spoiled when it was built, but now you can reap the rewards.