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422 N. Quince Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84103


Hw Agent: Candace Fite 









Neighborhood: Marmalade

It’s cozy, appealing, warm, and entirely unique…

This adorable bungalow in Capitol Hill—perched just above the streets of Marmalade—is just about overflowing with charm. Colorful both inside and out (that blue is *chef’s kiss*), the design here is just eclectic and warm enough to win over any/all visitors, starting with the front porch: with west-facing views, we’d say it’s the ideal spot for breakfast. Though the home was built in 1924, and countless original details are still intact, plenty of updates have been instituted throughout as well. In addition to bathroom updates, a small 2nd small kitchen was recently installed for a mother-in-law basement, and solar panels on the roof help to offset utility costs. A bit of exposed brick is the perfect kitchen accessory, and you’ll find it again in the living room fireplace, but we particularly love the stained glass windows just next to the dining area. A pair of French doors off the primary bedroom lead to a small, flex space (used here as a music room), and from there you can walk through another set of glass doors to the small, but gorgeous backyard. No landscaping or maintenance needed back here—a small bit of paved patio is perfect for entertaining, reading quietly, or a dinner under some string lights and the moon. With downtown SLC just blocks away, the airport a short 10-minute drive, and quiet, picturesque streets in every direction, we’d say you’ve found your paradise.

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