This home in the central east Holly neighborhood has some original details, as well as some curious add-ons (its strange and overbearing stone porch covering, for starters), but mostly packs a lot of charm into its 754 square feet.
Built in 1929, it’s a one-story frame house nestled on a fairly large, tree-shaded lot, convenient to downtown and happening East Side entertainment but far enough into the bucolic parts of the neighborhood to promise quiet and greenery.
The somewhat open-plan home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as offering hardwood and tile flooring throughout. The kitchen and bathroom look recently renovated, and the kitchen in particular is charming, bright, and shiny, an plan that includes a dining area.
There’s a detached garage and a large fenced yard. It’s a short walk to Pan Am Park and Recreation center, downtown, UT, shopping, restaurants, food trucks, and the East Sixth Street entertainment district.