The Yale Avenue home might be simple from the outside, but the interior is chock-full of impressive updates.
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To be perfectly honest, this house on Yale Avenue isn’t the most glamorous from the outside. The 1925 bungalow is cute enough—with a solid brick exterior and a pretty porch—but it’s the inside that truly impresses.
The living room is big and bright with double-pane windows that stream in loads of light. Here, you’ll find a wood-burning fireplace, where you can easily imagine spending chilly Salt Lake City nights cozied up with a cocktail or cocoa. The curved archway leads into an open-concept dining room that could fit a large table. This space is ideal for entertaining.
The kitchen might just be the best feature; it’s big and spacious, so no one is fighting over counter space, and the newly updated room boasts all stainless-steel appliances.
While the home is technically considered a one-bedroom (and that room is large with brand-new carpeting), there’s a bonus room that could be used as an office or a nursery. The bathroom is sparkling new with a rain shower and tub.
For a one-bedroom home, this place impresses with its space and modern updates—all while keeping the beautiful bones of a bungalow.