SunCrest Homes January 9, 2018

1994 E. Eagle Crest Drive | Straight Up Starstruck

Sometimes we play it cool when we find a house we love; we don’t ever want to be accused of hype. But this time, we’re having a hard time holding still.

Our love for SunCrest ramblers is well-documented (sky high vaults, convenient main level living, sprawling open spaces… swoon!) and this is one of the best examples we’ve seen in a long time. On top of that, add signature SunCrest views? Well, we’re straight-up starstruck.

Set one toe inside, and you will be too. Our bet is that you make a beeline to the back of the house to gaze out the windows, or just go right out onto the covered walkout deck. That outdoor space provides year-round entertainment with the cityscape (or foggy blanket-remember SunCrest sits above Utah’s inversion) as your backdrop. After your lungs and soul are full of fresh air, come back in.

The home, complete with Control 4 home automation, is equal parts expansive as it is grand and transitions flawlessly room to room.

The master bedroom is as exquisite as it looks and the adjoining walkout means you’ve got those same views at your bedside, day or night.

The kitchen comes complete with every last amenity: oversized island, prep sink, pot filler, Sub-Zero fridge, and a Viking range and stove.

Downstairs should really be referred to as Rambler Two, thanks to its double door walkout and full sized windows. Those same views from upstairs follow you down here, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and a space to entertain that is really unrivaled.

We’re told this Wolf grill is one of only a handful of its kind in the state. Combine that with the deep fryer, beverage cooler, and a traditional height bar and you’re primed for your next party. Order up!

Maybe grab your snacks and head to the theater room to take in a flick on the 12-foot screen, with stadium seating. No worries, you can work off the relaxation guilt in the custom fitness room.

Top to bottom, you’d be hard-pressed to find a finer example of a SunCrest rambler done right. It’s not hype if it’s fact, right?