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$2,650,000

2217 E LAIRD WAY Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Beds: 4
Baths: 5.00
Sq Ft: 4755
Type: RESI
MLS#: 1483566
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Custom designed by noted architect Michael Upwall and built by master builder, Steve Dubell, this showpiece provides a serene and visual experience you won't want to miss! Appointed with the finest materials that include Israeli limestone, La Cantina windows that glide open to provide an expansive, seamless indoor/outdoor living space. Sensational main level master retreat with walk in custom built closet and a deep soaking tub that provides an incredible spa-like experience. The impressive sleek chef's kitchen boasts soaring vaults with high end appliances and ultra contemporary custom cabinets. Upper level includes 3 suites and a den that leads you to the rooftop terrace where you can enjoy the captivating mountain and golf course views. Outdoor entertaining area with a spacious covered patio, zen-like gardens and a sparkling pool with brand new filtration system and outdoor pool bath. Wonderful lower level storage and an oversized 3 car garage with a shop and built-ins. All this located in one of Salt Lake City's finest areas.

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DescriptionInterior & Exterior Features

Interior Features Include:

Alarm: Fire, Alarm: Security, Bath: Master, Bath: Sep. Tub/Shower, Closet: Walk-In, Den/Office, Dishwasher: Built-In, Disposal, Gas Log, Great Room, Oven: Double, Oven: Wall, Range: Countertop, Range: Gas
Total Fireplace 2

Window Cov: Blinds, Draperies

Heating: Forced Air, Gas: Central, Gas: Radiant, Hot Water
Source Forced Air, Gas: Central, Gas: Radiant, Hot Water

Floor Type: Carpet, Tile, Bamboo

Basement:
Partial


Exterior Features Include:

Bay Box Windows, Double Pane Windows, Entry (Foyer), Outdoor Lighting, Sliding Glass Doors

Acreage: 0.5400 Acres

Lot:
Description Curb & Gutter, Fenced: Part, Road: Paved, Secluded Yard, Sprinkler: Auto-Full, Terrain: Grad Slope, View: Mountain, Drip Irrigation: Auto-Part
Landscape Landscaping: Full, Mature Trees, Terraced Yard

Roof: Rubber (EPDM)

Garage/Parking: Attached, Extra Height, Extra Width, Heated, Opener, Workshop

Garage Capacity: 4

Other Features Include:

Subdivision: VALLEY VISTA

Water: Culinary

Pool: Concrete/Gunite, Fenced, Heated, In Ground

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