Historic Simon Bamberger House Built Circa 1895. This historic landmark was the residence of Simon Bamberger, fourth governor of Utah from 1917-1921. The three story house offers the original parlor and dining room on the Main Level, plus half-bath and space once occupied by the original kitchen. Second Level offers 3 bedrooms, plus a newly remodeled 3/4 bath. Third level houses a 2BD apartment with newly remodeled kitchen and 3/4 bath. The basement houses a 1BD apartment with separate entrance, plus laundry room. The house still retains much of its original woodwork and Neo-Greek Revival architectural details. Last summer the second and third floors were completely remodeled with central AC & heat, new flooring, walls, framing, electrical & plumbing along with brand new appliances and granite countertops. The building is mortar reinforced. There are 3 covered parking spaces with 10 uncovered spaces in the back. Rare find in downtown SLC. Last used as a combination of commercial and residential, the house could be beautifully restored as a single family home.
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