A "diamond in the rough", home is "Sold As Is" not your typical home for flipping, this Prairie Style Bungalow is a true piece of architectural history. The William J. Salmon House was designed by Taylor Woolley known as the architect who introduced Prairie School Style to Utah, one of first modernist, he worked as Frank Lloyd Wrights draftsman for five years. Woolley worked with local Utah builders planning Highland Park, Gilmer Park, The Belvedere, Garden Park Ward, and homes in Harvard/Yale. The home features the famous Frank Lloyd Wright style with attractive lines, oak floors with mahogany inlay, a built-in walnut buffet in the dining room, an attractive inglenook with a fireplace, and window seating in the living room, this home is the only home remaining in Highland Park with Wooley's name on the building permit. If you are interested in a restoration project this historical gem is waiting for some TLC. Dining room light fixture excluded from sale, square footage per county records, all information provided as a courtesy, buyer and buyer's agent to verify all.
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