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745 E. 200 S., Salt Lake City, Utah 84102

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Hw Agent: Leigh Anne Bernal









Neighborhood: Central City

Rare to stumble upon something so thoughtfully restored…

Affectionately known by its current owners as Egenberger Haus (so named for the family that built it in 1908), this beautiful duplex is not your average investment property. After emigrating from Germany, John Valentine Egenberger constructed this neighborhood showstopper for his wife Anna, with whom he owned a bakery on State Street, and together they raised their  son, John Jr. (later a notable Salt Lake City musician) in this stately home. Original inlay hardwood floors, stunning woodwork and built-ins, and historically accurate light fixtures and tile pay homage to the property’s early design. Thoughtfully restored, this walkable and fully renovated duplex features a grand entry with a wide porch meant for greeting visitors or spending time with friends. Each side of the property comfortably houses a brand new kitchen with updated stainless steel appliances, as well as three large bedrooms and one and a half baths (each with their own bonus office areas). The original windows were left in the front of the house to maintain the historic charm, while many windows were replaced, enabling the space to be flooded with natural light. The home also features updated plumbing and electrical, thereby keeping things worry free for the modern homeowner. A spacious backyard is ideal for gathering, and a large parking area leaves room for up to six (!) vehicles. Keeping with that level of extraordinary practicality, each unit has a mud room and its own laundry off the kitchen, and the Egenberger’s proximity to the Trax line, Sprouts, and countless dining spots will ensure it remains fully rented, as it has during its current owner’s tenure. This might just be the ideal find: keep one stunning half for yourself, while the other side helps offset the mortgage. Prost!

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