Luxury Outlook 2023
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Single Family Homes
269 A Street is an impressive and stately property that has been coined the 'Jewel of the City' - this magnificent 1939 estate is situated above Salt Lake City with sweeping panoramic views that spans from SLC's downtown area to the State Capitol Building all the way to the surrounding Wasatch and Oquirrh mountains. This home has large, open areas for entertaining as well as private, family-oriented spaces. It has welcomed a U.S. president, senators, governors, mayors and many from the entertainment industry and has hosted numerous charitable events. A place for community, family and friends to gather was paramount to the home's owners. An extensive remodel (that included additions) was completed from 2005-06, with an English country house as the inspiration -. This extensive renovation involved multiple renowned parties within the architectural, interior design and exterior landscaping communities, resulting in an impressive remodel with exquisite attention to detail. One of the highlights is a spectacular two-story English style pine library, boasting perfectly framed views of the Utah State Capitol Building. The stunning kitchen includes a butler's pantry, a La Cornue range and a stone floor which services a formal dining room and also opens to an informal dining area and inviting family room. Impeccable and impressive architectural details include a floating limestone staircase with an art glass ceiling installation above - the curved staircase mirrors graceful elements in the ceiling. Other features include custom Versailles parquet floors, hand-stenciled ceilings, limestone floors, an upstairs gallery space for art works, and a stunning Charles Matton miniature library art installation. Don't miss the stunning exterior grounds with fine gardens and landscaping, plus a connected guest house that is included in total square footage. This truly magnificent property is in perfect pitch with its surroundings and is not to be missed. Furniture negotiable. All artwork is excluded.
This was Salt Lake City’s first neighborhood, established in the 1850s. It sits above Salt Lake City’s downtown area, giving you the feel of being above it all, while still in the middle of everything. Homes are nestled on the sides of the foothills to the north of the city. Residents tend to be politically progressive. Homes have a well-tended, “artsy” feel. The Avenues is the home of many professionals in Salt Lake who want a short commute to downtown, the University of Utah or the capitol. That vibe meshes nicely with the older, Victorian architecture of the homes you will find here. Memory Grove and City Creek Canyon are popular areas for hiking and outdoor recreation.Show More