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Untouched midcentury home with indoor fountain asks $920K

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The home in Hollady, Utah, was designed in 1964 by Stephen Macdonald

A single-store home with gently sloping roof and stone walls without windows sits back from a large driveway.
Don’t let the windowless front facade fool you.
Photos via Windermere Real Estate

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Location: Holladay, Utah

Price: $920,000

This austere yet impressive midcentury modern home was designed in 1964 by architect Stephen Macdonald. Carefully maintained by the original owners, the 2,960-square-foot house is now on the market, perhaps for the first time, in Holladay, Utah.

The untouched single-story residence sits back from the street and a large driveway and features a carport and a windowless stone facade with a gently sloping roof marking the entrance.

Once inside, one is struck by the handsome stone walls and floors, birch paneling, tiling, a flowing floorplan, and full-height windows that face the tranquil backyard, which is characterized by a wooden deck, water feature, lawn, gardens, and a concrete patio.

A step-up sitting area with built-in sofa is anchored by a central metal fireplace, with glass doors opening directly onto a deck. An indoor fountain separates this area from a corner kitchen, dining area, and another living room also with built-in seating, whose sliding glass doors also affords direct access to the outside.

Other features include five bedrooms (one which is the master suite with private garden), three baths, a built-in library, a workshop, and an enclosed garage. Located on a half acre at 5457 South Cottonwood Club, it’s offered at $920,000.

Via: Windermere Real Estate (h/t Estately)