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Move-in Ready Meets Quaint Yalecrest Charm

LISTING AT: $524,900

3

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

2100

Square Feet

.14

Lot Size

Highlights and Features

3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms

2100 Square Feet
.14 Lot Size

1744 E, 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Come home to the quaint English charm of this one-story, c. 1936 Yalecrest Tudor. Remodeled in 2013, this home has all the amenities of a new build with classic historic details. An updated kitchen fit for a chef touts pristine white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink and new plumbing. Gather friends and family in the open dining room or dine plein-air on the outdoor deck nestled in a well-manicured, fully-enclosed backyard. Historic details are thoughtfully preserved and include original hardwood floors, fireplace and a leaded-glass front door. Cheery vibes resonate on the main floor with natural light streaming in from large windows in every room. Three spacious bedrooms are well suited for family living or a home office and guest room. Master bedroom opens to the deck with quick access to the backyard and nighttime sky watching. Every inch of this historic home has been updated cosmetically along with new system upgrades that include electrical, central air and heat, insulation, windows, sprinklers, water line, and a radon mitigation system. A completely refinished basement offers additional living space with ample built-in storage unusual for a home of this age and size. This home is absolutely move-in ready and located in one of the most coveted and walkable neighborhoods in the city. It0s central location puts you minutes from the University of Utah and Downtown and within walking distance to parks, schools, public library, urban forests, and local shopping. Look forward to morning or late-evening strolls around the block with coffee or gelato at Emigration Market, dinner across the street at OneOEight, or breakfast at Eggs in the City.

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1744 E, 1300 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Come home to the quaint English charm of this one-story, c. 1936 Yalecrest Tudor. Remodeled in 2013, this home has all the amenities of a new build with classic historic details.

An updated kitchen fit for a chef touts pristine white cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink and new plumbing. Gather friends and family in the open dining room or dine plain-air on the outdoor deck nestled in a well-manicured, fully-enclosed backyard.

Historic details are thoughtfully preserved and include original hardwood floors, fireplace and a leaded-glass front door. Cheery vibes resonate on the main floor with natural light streaming in from large windows in every room. Three spacious bedrooms are well suited for family living or a home office and guest room. Master bedroom opens to the deck with quick access to the backyard and nighttime sky watching.

Every inch of this historic home has been updated cosmetically along with new system upgrades that include electrical, central air and heat, insulation, windows, sprinklers, water line, and a radon mitigation system. A completely refinished basement offers additional living space with ample built-in storage unusual for a home of this age and size.

This home is absolutely move-in ready and located in one of the most coveted and walkable neighborhoods in the city. It0s central location puts you minutes from the University of Utah and Downtown and within walking distance to parks, schools, public library, urban forests, and local shopping. Look forward to morning or late-evening strolls around the block with coffee or gelato at Emigration Market, dinner across the street at OneOEight, or breakfast at Eggs in the City.

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KARLY NEILSEN

Don’t be fooled by Karly Nielsen’s easy demeanor and kind charm—she is one of the fiercest and grittiest people you will ever meet. Whether it’s running the PTA, tackling community issues such as bullying, negotiating a hard-fought contract or managing her family of six, she is a woman who can get things done. Nothing falls through the cracks with Karly, and she has a superhuman ability to inspire people to do (and succeed at) things they otherwise wouldn’t attempt. Karly and her family have lived all over the United States and together have mastered the art of moving and connecting with people from all walks of life. She currently resides in the Yalecrest neighborhood and can’t say enough good things about her community. She has a degree in Business Management from BYU, is a licensed realtor in the state of Utah, and plans to get her brokers license this year. When she’s not buying or selling homes, or volunteering, she’s with family and friends hiking, dirt biking, camping and climbing in the nearby Wasatch Mountains.

KARLY NIELSEN

Don’t be fooled by Karly Nielsen’s easy demeanor and kind charm—she is one of the fiercest and grittiest people you will ever meet. Whether it’s running the PTA, tackling community issues such as bullying, negotiating a hard-fought contract or managing her family of six, she is a woman who can get things done.

Nothing falls through the cracks with Karly, and she has a superhuman ability to inspire people to do (and succeed at) things they otherwise wouldn’t attempt. Karly and her family have lived all over the United States and together have mastered the art of moving and connecting with people from all walks of life. She currently resides in the Yalecrest neighborhood and can’t say enough good things about her community.

She has a degree in Business Management from BYU and is a licensed realtor and broker in the state of Utah. When she’s not buying or selling homes, or volunteering, she’s with family and friends hiking, dirt biking, camping and climbing in the nearby Wasatch Mountains.

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