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For those keeping a watchful eye on the SunCrest real estate market, it’s common knowledge that a home in the low $300s is pretty rare. So we don’t think it’s too far of a stretch to say we may have just rounded up your next space.
For starters, the four bed, 3.5 bath layout is equal parts practical, sensible, and functional.
You’ll find real hardwood floors, three tone paint (we love the modern grays), upgraded fixtures, and a modernized kitchen that features stainless appliances, sleek white cabinets, and a designer subway tile backsplash.
The front of the home overlooks Lone Peak and if you’re up to it, it makes a great hike, or the perfect conversation piece as you entertain guests in the home’s great room.
Downstairs is our pick for nights at home or catching your favorite team (or some zzz’s) as it boasts a cozy family room, another bedroom, and a full bath.
Outside, spring will be calling your name as you step foot on the oversized Trex deck and accompanying pergola. The fully landscaped yard means more room for family games or playing fetch with Fido or watching the wildlife wake up from winter.
Quite possibly the most secluded cul-de-sac in the whole neighborhood, this SunCrest two-story is surrounded by fresh air, clear views, and sits just footsteps from the miles of outdoor recreation that make SunCrest famous.
It was originally crafted with attention to detail, and has been so well maintained that you’d swear you’re the first to step foot inside. Windows are placed throughout the home right where you’d expect them, keeping those unobstructed views of Mt. Timpanogos and Utah County paramount.
The layout? Brilliant. Formal living (or should we say “formal viewing” since you’ll be staring out at the vistas), and the desirable open family room and kitchen span the main floor.
A cozy loft, three bedrooms – one of which is currently being used as an in home office (that view!) – and the vaulted master bedroom round out the upstairs.
The downstairs provides another bedroom, storage for days (if the 3 car garage wasn’t enough), a multi-functional area (play area, game room, shrine of cat pictures) and a theater room that is fully prepped for nights of binge watching your favorite TV series.
Perhaps our favorite is the solitude that is the backyard. Yards like this don’t come around these parts too often, folks. It’s flat, fully fenced and decorated with mature trees that provide shade and privacy while you kick your feet up on the covered patio that’s usable year round.
We don’t really love cheesy descriptions. Stuff like “hidden gem” and “massive curb appeal” tend to make us cringe. So, we’re not going to use the phrase “picture perfect” here, even though we really want to. Let’s just say that if you were looking for a magazine cover shot, we can’t really think of a better home than this one.
With Lone Peak as a backdrop, and the mature landscaping that abuts a gorgeous walkway leading to the grand entry, she’s a cover girl, for sure.
Look up or look down when you step foot in this two-story; either way you’re in for a treat. Cherry hardwoods extend across the home’s main and second levels. Windows decorate the walls and let the light flow throughout.
The main floor (and entire home, for that matter) is set for easy living with the kitchen placed squarely at the heart of the home while the dining, living, and family rooms branch out from there.
The ever-so-convenient deck is nestled among the gambel oak, a hallmark of the SunCrest community.
Upstairs, the master bedroom is covered in views of the Lone Peak wilderness range. The spa-like master bathroom is perfect for soaking in relaxation amid life’s busy events.
Two other bedrooms, a jack and jill bathroom, and a loft that is begging for a telecommuter or kids’ area round off the second story.
Downstairs finds 10-foot ceilings, a large family room, two bedrooms, a full bathroom and walkout basement. The park-like backyard and waterfall are just what you’d hope for to compliment the home’s exquisite design.
We won’t say it’s “picture perfect,” but you definitely will.