Original Showpiece Home In Federal Heights26 S WOLCOTT ST, Salt Lake City, UT, 84102, USA
Spectacular craftsmanship! One of the original showpiece homes in Federal Heights and only the second home to be built on Wolcott Street, this home retains its original character intact. Construction began in 1911 and took over five years to complete. The architect, Frank Winder Moore, was given considerable artistic freedom in creating this outstanding example of early 1900s Italian Renaissance architecture.
The expansive main floor public spaces feature fluted wood columns, intricate parquet floors, hand carved wood and marble fireplaces, built-in bookcases and China closets, leaded glass, wall panels made from South American mahogany, and the original Art Nouveau Bavarian...
The detached two-car garage has a third bay for storage, a 220v E-vehicle charging station, a tucked away back patio, and a sweeping side yard surrounded by a tall wrought-iron fence. The lower-level 1-bedroom apartment functions either as a seamless part of the home, or as a fully separate apartment with an outside entrance and its own laundry.
Originally built for Bernard F Doran, the owner and operator of several bars and taverns in Salt Lake and Park City, the home boasts the original billiards room and bar with pocket doors, mahogany paneling, leaded glass, and brass foot rail. The copper electrical panel is a showpiece of craftsmanship and is similar to those found in the Masonic Temple on South Temple. Must see to appreciate!
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