We found this retreat tucked up in a cozy neighborhood in North Salt Lake, and even from the street we knew we were in for a treat. The cape-cod inspired two-story just exudes warmth. Inside, expectations were met: vaulted ceilings, windows in abundance, and space for both entertaining and quiet reflection. 'Home' is a whole lot more than just sheet rock, gallons of latex paint, and some seductive plumbing fixtures. It's our sanctuary. Or, at least it should be. This is a home designed by a clever mind indeed. On the main floor, you'll find a living room with fireplace, built-ins and, just beyond, a pair of covered patios. Where better to unwind than with a glass of pinot while watching the sun set? Fifteen minutes to downtown--though, with views like this, why on Earth would you bother getting any closer? The kitchen boasts Shaker-style, cherrywood cabinetry, concrete counters and stainless steel appliances. The connection between said kitchen, dining and living spaces is intentional and inspired. The main bedroom awaits on the second floor, and in that goodly space you'll find a retreat within a retreat. The room is spacious and the adjacent sitting area sublime. This is a space where loving where you live is anything but platitude. Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement.