Thursday, May 22, 2008

Sandy, UT Home for Sale



We own a house in Sandy, UT that we have decided to sell. The house is freshly remodeled. The house is located in the High Point subdivision at 1171 Lodgepole Dr. Sandy, UT. At only $319,000, it is the lowest priced home per square foot in the High Point subdivision.

The countertops, tile, dishwasher, and microwave are all new. The realtor is Jim Carlson. He can be reached at (801) 560-0147 or jcarlson@rexut.com

The house is a lovely 2 story split level home in the High Point Subdivision. Home sits at end of quiet side lane and is a very private location. There are three large bedrooms upstairs including a master bedroom with master bath. The main level is very open with a large kitchen, dining nook in a bay, and large front living room. The family room is very large and has a gas burning fireplace. Off the back of the home is a large custom deck that has been built around a large shade tree.

If you, or anyone you know, is looking for a immaculate 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home on a private cul-de-sac should give Jim a call and set up a time to go look at the house.

Other particulars include:

Lot size: 10,454 sq ft. or a full quarter acre.
2,236 sq ft house

The neighborhood has a great central location just off of 1300 East in northern Sandy. There is easy access to the major freeways and loads of great stores near by. Four major ski resorts are a mere 30 minutes away, and Park City is only 40 minutes away. In and out access to the main 1-15 corridor is easy and near by.

Neighborhood: High Point
School District: Jordan School District
Elementary School: East Sandy
Middle School: Union
High School: Hillcrest



New kitchen countertops and dishwasher



Kitchen picture #2


Main Living Room w/fireplace


Fireplace and bookshelf


There is brand new tile in the hallway, kitchen and bathrooms.


Master Bathroom


Back Patio


Front Bedroom with bench seat windows


Front Room with bench window seats


Stairs leading up to Master Bedroom and two other bedrooms

6 comments:

Anne Bradshaw said...

Lovely home. What a good idea putting it on here!

Thanks for your comments on my blog today. Hope your home sells soon.

Rebecca Talley said...

Beautiful house. Good luck with it. Very, very clean.

Dan and Wendy said...

Thanks Anne and Rebecca.

Marsha Ward said...

Very nice. If I had the need, and the inclination to move to Utah, I would buy it in a heartbeat. However, I'm not moving, and I'll never need a house that large again in this life.

Good luck with selling.

Tristi Pinkston said...

Beautiful house! I hope you have some luck in selling it soon.

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Tristi Pinkston said...

I forgot to click the little box to have your reply sent to me. :) Will you come tell me on my blog or e-mail me?