This home is on a quiet street, just 1 block from SLC's 9th & 9th gaslamp district which has lots of unique shops, top rated restaurants, theaters, and more. This was my home for 5 years, is fully updated and has a beautiful backyard 'zen-garden'.
The house is a classic SLC bungalow on a quiet side street just one block from 9th and 9th. This was our home for 5 years before our kids started getting bigger and we moved about a mile away. We have kept the house for our parents to use when they visit from the east and west coast and rent when they are not here. The house is family ready and child proof, including child gates on the stairs. Dogs are allowed on the first floor only for an additional fee (there is a dog door and a fenced in yard), no cats.
The house has 3 full bedrooms plus a 4th bedroom that was an addition and has large windows which makes it a bit cold in the winter. About half the downstairs is underground, allowing the 2 bedrooms downstairs to have large windows (for light and egress), there is one bathroom downstairs.
**Bedrooms & Beds**
Bedroom 1: Queen Bed
Bedroom 2: Queen/Twin Bunk Bed
Bedroom 3: Queen Bed
Bedroom 4: Twin Foldout (a bit cold in winter, extra heater provided)
Living Room: Queen Foldout
We keep one 'owners' closet, but the house is yours to use. Our parents frequent it so you will find all the essentials - we only ask that you replace anything you finish (sugar, flour, ext..).
We live very close to the house, unless specifically requested we will provide a code to the lockbox for self check in. You can contact us via cell phone with any issues during your stay.
9th and 9th is, in my opinion, the best neighborhood in all of Salt Lake. We moved only 1 mile away and miss it regularly. It is home to Pago, the top rated restaurant in SLC, boutique shops, a taphouse, a thai restaurant, the coffee garden (who proudly put the Starbucks across the street out of business a few years ago), yoga and Pilates studios and more. See links here:
The house is one block from 9th and 9th so you can walk to some of the top rated restaurants in SLC, boutique shops and a large grocery store (Smiths, 1.5 blocks away).
There is a local bus nearby that goes directly downtown, though I always recommend a car in Salt Lake City as parking is easy, the roads are wide and it is always convenient. The convention center/temple are 8 minutes away, Park City ski resorts are 30-45 minutes and the SLC ski resorts are 30-35 minutes.