Is it just us, or do you also think an Adirondack chair fits perfectly on that front porch?
If you can make it past the urge to sit and sip a beverage, step inside to find a fluid floor plan that just, well, makes sense. The generous flex room on the front of the house is perfect for the telecommuter, bookworm, or your great great grandparents’ antique furniture-you know, that “too heavy to move” piano?
Nine-foot ceilings (yep…9) on the main are a terrific match for the wide open family room and kitchen. Oh, and that kitchen? Double ovens, a 5-burner gas cooktop, granite ‘tops, and a perfectly placed prep space that makes serving buffet style easy-peasy.
The upstairs has 4 large bedrooms, a master suite (and grand master bath) with peek-a-boo views of Utah Lake and a bonus loft that is a great space for [insert: family room, play area, or hobby room]. Neutral paint tones on the walls present a clean slate that are ready for your own splash of color.
Downstairs, the unfinished basement is awaiting your crafty customization. A wet bar, perhaps? Game room? More rooms for a growing family? You pick. That stamped concrete out back would look nice with Jack or Jill’s chalk drawing or that smoker you’ve been waiting to fire up. Dinner at 6?