When did life get so hectic? So noisy? Chances are, if you’re reading this right now you’re on the hunt for a new home and your days seem even more unsettled than normal while navigating the housing market. Take a second. Breathe. Then, come to this quiet cul-de-sac, and stand at the curb to admire its welcoming appeal, where custom lighting decorates the entire exterior and showcases nearly every piece of perfectly manicured greenery.
When you’re ready, step inside – out of the hubbub and into tranquility. The kitchen, dining and family room are airy, bright and wide open to each other.
We love how well the space pairs oversized windows and view-friendly sliding glass doors where you can look out on the restless valley below and breathe easy above it all.
The main floor is balanced by our dream home office (but why work when you can relax?) and a formal dining and living room that are both warm, inviting and begging for a nice dinner or book club party.
The master bedroom upstairs is one of the largest we’ve seen in while. The second story views are nearly 270-degrees and feature everything from Lone Peak to the Oquirrh Mountains.
Three other bedrooms, a laundry room, and a second family room that’s an unexpected yet welcoming space for kids, guests, or whatever other ideas you have, round out the upstairs level.
With the world now melted away a million miles below you, you’re ready for the most relaxing part of this house: the patio. The ipe (pronounced ee-pay) deck stretches along the back of home and overlooks a flagstone patio, fire pit, and soothing waterfall. Sit in the hot tub listening to the tumbling water while gazing at the twinkling lights.
This is what life is supposed to be like, and the payoff for finding a new house.