|They're real. And they're spectacular. We're talking about the views from this home, and those photos you see here were taken from the back of this perfectly placed SunCrest homesite and are 100% legit. The seller's love to gush about how well the home was designed around the panoramic vistas and we're convinced there's no better way to wake up than the sunrise of Mt. Timpanogos and nights are best spent staring at the lights of Utah County in the shaded sunroom or deck. Gush-worthy indeed! Eagle Crest Drive finds some of the finest folks and amenities in the SunCrest neighborhood, so it's not just views but the overall location. You're right near the 6 acre park, Eagle Crest trailhead, the community clubhouse and pool. This home was built in 2008 and over 5,000 smartly designed square feet, the floorplan was ahead of its time with an open and light feeling.|
The entry finds expansive, sky-high ceilings, and is flanked by two airy and bright rooms. Maybe you use one for that perfect home office you've been meaning to design, and another for that living room, or formal dining room. Hey, it's 2022 and now more than ever your house needs to work for you, so make it what you want. If this is your first time to SunCrest, it's a near guarantee you'll be drawn to the back of the house like bees to a flower. Not only do the views call you with a sweet siren song, they're also central to the updated kitchen (white cabinets, double ovens, stainless appliances), family room, and semi-formal dining room. And that sunroom and deck with fresh SunCrest air? Kind of feels like you only get those luxuries on vacation, but here it's an everyday staycation.
The large primary bedroom is found on the main level, and is decorated with thick beams and beautiful windows. Breakfast in bed just leveled up. The primary bathroom finds a separate tub, shower, double vanities, and the generously sized closest. Frankly, this layout was ahead of the curve when it was built, but just what you expect for anything being built from the ground up nowadays. On paper, you'll find some stats about the house you're wondering about: 3 bedrooms and full bath upstairs, plus 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom downstairs, but let's real talk it for a sec.
The basement is fully finished and wide open for whatever you want it to be. We are jelly for that bonus gym room (kids play area?); too often they're an afterthought crammed into a corner, but here it's been thought ahead. Plus one for thinking ahead here. The rest of the downstairs can be whatever you want -man cave, she space, kids hangout, or guest chalet. Whether it's kids, out-of-town houseguests, or weekend hobbies that you plan to place under your roof, we're swooning over the smart spaces to live, work, and entertain. Still can't believe it's all real? Come see for yourself.