Sugar House – Is this the place for you?

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Another of Utah’s oldest and most desired communities is Sugar House. Originally established in 1853, the community gets it’s name from a sugar beet test factory that was located nearby. This was also the site of Utah Territory’s first prison, until re-located to the Draper area around 1951.

The homes in this area are well built, and range from modest to extravagant.

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Located close to the University of Utah and Salt Lake City, Sugar House offers a unique community feel, small coffee shops, restaurants and retail shops have characterized the town.

There are many things afoot as a new large development and a new transit line is coming into the town center. Although these have met with some resistance, changes are coming about.

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Still there are wonderful homes here, tucked away under treelined streets offering a feeling of peace and quiet, style and comfort.

If you are looking for an area where these things are appealing to you, you might just find yourself looking for a home in Sugar House.

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About Gary Thompson ... "Your Utah Realtor!"

Growing up in Utah was all I ever knew, that is until I got to live in many great places, like Nottingham England; New York City; Maui, Hawaii; Denver, Colorado and Albuquerque, New Mexico! And when it came time to finally settle down, I chose Utah again! What a great place to experience the outdoors, be involved in the community and raise a family. I have gotten to know the best neighborhoods, things to do and places to see - all while working on my craft as a professional Realtor® - so if you are looking for a great place and a great experience, I love to put my skills to work for you! Thanks for keeping me in mind! - I'll work hard to be your Utah Realtor!

Posted on November 25, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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