American Fork Bungalow
2,484 Square Feet
.36 Lot Size
1105 N 150 W
American Fork, Utah 84003
One of the first homes built in American Fork by the original farmer. Built in 1942, this coveted 5-bedroom rambler rests in the valley below Mount Timpanogos. Large corner property boasts one of the last original wood-burning fireplaces in the area along with an on-lot well with owned water rights for irrigation water.
Light shines nicely into this south-facing brick bungalow with corner windows on three sides. Three bedrooms on the main level, coupled with original compote-curved craftsman ceilings and deep built-in cabinets, bring the charm to this original build. Updated with granite countertops, newer stainless steel appliances and hardwood flooring in the kitchen plus original hardwood hidden under the carpet.
Commanded by its thoughtful landscaping, the home sits on a large grassy 0.36 acre lot surrounded by mature trees, built-in tramp, vintage teeter totter, large multi-entry driveways and plentiful RV parking, well-lit covered patio with fireplace and dog run. It’s in a perfect location in the American Fork valley within walkable proximity to nearby schools, near easily accessible freeway and everyday stores.
About The Neighborhood
Located in the foothills of Mount Timpanogos, American Fork is part of the greater Silicon Slopes area of Utah County and one of the fastest growing regions in the state. Young, conservative professionals flock to this city for its low cost of living, high quality of life and plentiful job opportunities. Homes are spacious and offer a great value. Schools, parks and proximity to mountains and trails can’t be beat.
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“Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.” A truism by Helen Keller that sums up Betsy and her passion for living and connecting with the world around her. Betsy’s wanderlust and penchant for volunteering has taken her to the far reaches of the globe. Her love of the Utah mountains calls her back to her Wasatch home every time.