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Midcentury gem in the Utah mountains asks $550K

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With lakeside views

This midcentury home is clad in black on the outside and sits among trees in the Ogden mountains overlooking the Great Salt Lake. With five bedrooms and vaulted ceilings, the home gets plenty of natural light and boasts stunning views.
This midcentury home sits in the Ogden mountains just a shore drive from a pair of ski resorts.
Photos by Kerri Fukui courtesy of cityhomeCOLLECTIVE

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Location: Ogden, Utah

Price: $550,000

Can you imagine coming home to this midcentury gem after a day on the slopes? Well if you’re ready to make to move to Utah, you won’t have to.

The 1970-built five-bedroom home sits in the hills of Ogden and boasts a sleek wood-clad interior that nods to its vintage past while at once feeling incredibly modern. Designed by Utah-based architect Ron Molen, the property is surrounded by an acre of woods and looks over the Great Salt Lake, meaning stunning sunset views if you’re into that sort of thing (who isn’t?).

Spread across 4,312 square feet, this multi-level home features vaulted ceilings, a full-height brick fireplace, and plenty of windows, hence the sun-drenched living room. Did the gorgeous interior decor catch your eye? That’s because the home is the current residence of the owner of the Salt Lake City midcentury furniture store, Tomorrow’s House.

If you’re not content simply gazing at the surroundings from the patio or deck and want to get out there and experience it yourself, you’re just a half hour from a couple ski resorts—if the weather calls for it.

Want a taste of this midcentury mountain lifestyle? 4066 Ross Drive is on the market now for $550,000.

Via: Circa Old Houses