Listed by Karen Evans of Keller Williams Realty Pride of home ownership shows in this meticulously maintained single owner 3 br, 3 ba, 2 car garage, unique open concept home situated on a dead end street.
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George, UT Stansbury Park, UT Syracuse, UT Taylorsville, UT Tooele, UT West Jordan, UT This simple exterior update capitalizes on the modern elements of this 1970's split-entry home.
Important design changes: Balconies which create a horizontal element across the entire home which breaks up the vertical wall on the right of the home (before).
The accentuated approach to the entry makes the home more inviting.
The contemporary porch awning creates human-scale shelter while making the entry a point of focus.
Formal dining room adjacent to fireplaced living room, both w/ hardwood floors. Perfect space for potential in-law, teen suite or guest area. Expansive nearly 1 acre backyard with path to Meadowview neighborhood.
6 year old 5 bedroom septic system, 2 year old heating system and hot water heater, 200 amp circuit breaker electrical.
The usual renovations include finishing unfinished areas of the home, updating the kitchen and bathrooms, and creating a master suite in the home.
Here's the top 4 reasons people don't care for the idea of a split level home, and how you can make them the most desirable home on the market... Few things recall a certain time in America - and evoke strong reactions - quite like the split-level house.
While 12% of new homes built in 1975 were split-level homes - 21% in the Midwest - in 2006 they represented less than 1% of the new homes built in the country, according to a National Association of Home Builders survey.
Yet there are signs that - if not exactly a revival - the split is getting new respect.