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The word “literally” gets thrown around a lot by people these days who aren’t exactly using it correctly, so we want to make sure you know what we mean when we use it. We mean exactly. Precisely. As in, this house is literally one of a kind. It was built as a custom home, and this is literally the first time it will be available since the original owner moved in.
Literally, you can see incredible views of Traverse Mountain, Utah County, and Utah Lake from the large windows scattered around the house. The home sits on a dead-end private lane so you get quiet seclusion in your own mountain retreat.
After you go through the oversized solid wood front door, take in the views along the back, and snap out of your panorama daze, you’ll check out the main floor. Kitchen, dining, and family area all open to each other – the most sought-after trifecta in house hunting today.
The kitchen is not one of those precious museum pieces; it’s meant to be used and is well-equipped for the discerning chef.
Round that out with a main floor master bedroom complete with its own deck and the front room that’s perfect for an office, parlor or sitting room and you literally have everything you need.
That makes the upstairs even more impressive. There are 3 bedrooms up there, a full bath, and a loft. And if you thought the views on the main were great, just wait until you see them one level up.
The downstairs level will up your cool factor with friends: a wet bar, fireplace, and oversized windows. Currently a shrine to Seattle (go Seahawks!) but ready for you to rededicate to Utes, Cougars, Jazz, or just repurpose the space.
With a literal half-acre yard, two decks, and an outdoor entertaining space you can spread out to soak up the views up close and personal. This is literally an opportunity you won’t see again.
Join the owners of the Mountain Park Estates Development tonight, March 8th from 6:30-8:30PM at the SunCrest Clubhouse as they present their proposed development modifications for SunCrest area land known as the SunCrest shoebox.
- Removal of town homes; 20 foot non-disturbed areas along parcel property lines;
- Reduced disturbance and grading in existing Gamble Oak and other Non-disturbed Open Space areas;
- Increased preservation of areas with 30% or greater slopes; and noise study results for proposed on-site materials processing to reduce heavy truck traffic on existing SunCrest roads.
Previous posts and history about this area here.
Tonight, Draper City Council will review a proposed amendment to the master development agreement for Hidden Canyon Estates, Mercer Mountain Estates and Lakeview Heights Properties. Although these concept plans (located adjacent to existing Hidden Canyon Estates development) are not the official, final plats for the development, they do provide SunCrest area residents with the first solid peek at what developers are planning in this part of our neighborhood.
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Previous posts and history about these areas here.