About 254 E 7th Ave
254 7th Avenue is majestically positioned in Salt Lake City's largest historic district, The Avenues. Lined streets, views, walkability, historic homes and craftsmanship all make the Avenues a wonderful neighborhood. The convenience of being minutes from vibrant downtown Salt Lake City, Salt Lake International Airport, arts and culture, nightlife, diverse culinary offerings, and quick access to world-class skiing, biking, hiking, and outdoor adventure for every taste, make this location unparalleled. 254 7th Avenue is a distinguished, impressive property with an intriguing history. This Colonial Revival Estate includes a .22 acre lot with two adjacent .09 acre lots bringing the total property acreage to .40 acres. The home was designed by influential and renowned Utah architect Richard K.A. Kletting, the "Dean of Utah Architects", for Isaac A. Clayton, co-founder of the first salt manufacturing company in the state. Kletting's other notable works include the Enos Wall Mansion, The McIntyre Building, The Oquirrh School, The original Saltair Resort, The Utah State Capitol Building, and numerous other fine residences and commercial buildings in Salt Lake City. In 1988 Richard K.A. Kletting Park was established just down the street at 164 B Street. Architectural highlights of the home include the overall Colonial Revival design with a hip roof and pairs of tall chimneys, eye-lid windows in the roof, intricately designed soffit, custom brickwork, sandstone accents, multiple exterior balconies, and a large covered porch. A recent, multi-year, fastidious renovation not only further preserved this incredible home, but modernized it with new gas and plumbing lines, new electrical, top of the line heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, humidifier, water heater, security, fiber, sound system, impeccable professional interior design, two kitchens featuring Thermador and Bosch appliances, two master suites, a custom-designed bar, multiple fireplaces, grand entry, formal dining, large family rooms, tall ceilings, natural light throughout, a new detached two-car garage, tasteful landscaping, and more. The home boasts breathtaking panoramic views of the Wasatch Mountains, downtown Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake Valley, and the Utah State Capitol from inside as well as from multiple exterior balconies. The interior features custom woodwork, crown moldings, oversized baseboards, custom cabinetry, hardwoods, quartz countertops, and high-end finishes and appliances. Two adjacent 0.09-acre lots offer diverse possibilities and a blank canvas for the new owner. Seller will entertain offers to include certain furnishings. All information herein is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed. Buyer is responsible to verify all listing information, including square feet/acreage, to buyer's own satisfaction.