This is a quaint little cottage in a convenient location in downtown Salt Lake City. The cottage was built in 1916 and retains the charm that came with structures from that era, including squeaky floors, wooden doors and windows, a front porch with screen door, and a brick fireplace with mantel. However, modern conveniences are also included, such as, central air conditioning, free wifi, granite countertops, roku TV, and insulation to avoid a drafty feel in the winter.
The two small bedrooms have a king size bed in one room and a queen in the other. A 5th person can sleep on a sleeper sofa that has a memory foam mattress - definitely not your typical sleeper sofa. Bedding and towels are provided. Front-loaded washer/dryer are available for your use.
The location of the property might be its biggest appeal. With the opening of City Creek Center in 2012 and other major property renovations, Salt Lake's downtown is being revitalized and a great place to stay and visit. This bungalow provides you with easy access to everything that downtown has to offer while keeping things quiet and peaceful at night. Our safe deadend street makes all the traffic noise, sirens, and city commotion go away while you sleep at night, but lets you walk to the places you want to go during the day.
A TRAX system stop is only 2 blocks away from the bungalow making a car optional. TRAX provides access to everything within the Salt Lake valley, including the airport, University of Utah, Salt Palace Convention Center, and City Creek Mall. TRAX is FREE for downtown transportation. It will even take you as far as Ogden to the north and Provo to the south. There is also a bus stop very close that will take you to the ski slopes.
Here are some attractions that are close to the bungalow:
* Temple square - 1.5 miles
* City Creek Mall - 1 mile
* Liberty Park - 0.5 mile
* Vivent Arena (Utah Jazz) - 1.9 miles
* Hogle Zoo - 3.7 miles
* Salt Lake International Airport - 6.8 miles
* Park City ski resorts - 23 miles
* Alta and Snowbird ski resorts - 25 miles
Of course, you have restaurants, shopping, museums, and everything else that downtown Salt Lake and the surrounding areas have to offer.