📍14644 S Snow Blossom Way 🛏 6 , 🛁 3.5, 📐 4,530 ft.² , on 🌳. 33 acres. Offered at 💰1,295,000
Have you ever spent time with a puppy? The tail wagging, the wide eyes—they’re excited about everything! We ask because we recently found ourselves acting just like a pup when we toured this Suncrest two-story. The wagging started when we saw the address. Snow Blossom sits right near the Edelweiss trail and is well-known for its unmatched views. The address puts it at the top of the street where the property backs right up into the Corner Canyon corridor overlooking the Salt Lake Valley. Living here means you’ll see a variety of wildlife, including elk, deer, wild turkeys, and even eagles. The puppy toe taps increased when we toured the inside; the house is just two years young and is light, bright, and features windows all over. To be honest, however, we went into full, unrestrained wiggle mode when we actually saw those views for the first time! No matter which room you’re in, you can see why this home has us so amped up. The main level flows seamlessly and is wide open, featuring two multipurpose rooms—think dining room, living room, or an office—which really give you options to fit your lifestyle. The kitchen has double ovens, a gas cooktop, upgraded cabinets, and, best of all, easy access to nearly 300 square feet of covered deck to enhance your indoor/outdoor lifestyle. Upstairs boasts 4 large bedrooms, the laundry, and the primary suite with a magazine-worthy bathroom featuring a separate tub and shower, adult-height vanity with double sinks, and upgraded tile and surrounds. Can we talk about that horizontal railing that lines the stunning catwalk hallway? Wow. Downstairs features 9-foot ceilings (seriously, why don’t all homes have 9-foot ceilings?) and is fully finished with another bedroom, a full bathroom, and a walkout basement that delivers you to that fresh SunCrest air. Our favorite is the downstairs gathering area—kickoffs, movie marathons, and good old-fashioned game nights are calling. We went full Goldendoodle the first time we saw it. Will you?