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The Location

About Sugarhouse

Salt Lake’s most eccentric neighborhood reaches from 1300 South to 3000 South and spans from 700 East to Foothill Drive and is an easy place to settle into. A quaint (and sometimes quirky) area of the city with trendy coffee shops, bars where everyone knows your name and a bevy of diverse restaurants. The area holds two big-box shopping centers, plenty of local boutique shopping and mini gyms, manicured parks, bike trails and the liberal arts college, Westminster.

Meet Andrea & Nicholas

“We love Sugarhouse for all of its charm and central location and couldn’t have found a better house for our family.”

“Salt Lake City called to us as the perfect city to call home after living back east for many years. The access to the outdoors, walkable neighborhoods, and livability all were major draws as we research options for our future home. The Sugar House area allowed us to be close to downtown, the airport and most importantly–quickly be up on the slopes in winter so we could enjoy as much skiing as possible! When looking for a home, we knew we wanted something we could grow into, had the space we needed for us to work from home, and still have plenty of room for guests and family to visit. Most importantly–we needed a place for our dog to run and play and we even ended up with the added benefit of a walking path right by our house! We love Sugar House for all of its charm and central location and couldn’t have found a better house for our family.”

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Karly Nielsen’s clients consistently praise her expertise, her keen negotiation skills, and, most of all, her indomitable positive attitude. With her contagious determination and genuine concern, you will be thankful to have her on your side. Karly shares your goals and commits to helping you succeed. Karly’s path in life naturally led her to a career in real estate. After earning a degree in Business Management, she worked and volunteered in the housing sector for many years. Moving her young family numerous times in the span of ten years made her a master in the art of moving. The Nielsen family navigated changes from Brooklyn to New Jersey, then cross-country back to her home state of California, before settling in Utah and renovating their current home in the Yalecrest Neighborhood. All of these experiences, coupled with her ability to connect with people from all walks of life, steered Karly toward getting her real estate license in 2015. Shortly after starting as an agent, she realized that she’d found her niche and she set out to start her own brokerage.

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