Already A Communie Member? Login Here. Email Not Registered. Please Watch The Video To Continue To The Registration Page. Or Enter The Email Address You Signed Up With. Log In Join Now Existing Home | Communie New Communities Home Builders Builder Quick Move-ins Builder Model Homes Existing Homes F.A.Q. SEARCH More Menu Find a Home New Communities Home Builders Builder Quick Move-ins Builder Model Homes Existing Homes Search Explore Build or Buy a Home How Can I Save Why Use Communie Get Pre Qualified Financing Services Communie What Is Communie How To Use Communie Media Press Communie TV Blog F.A.Q. Contact Us SELL SMART BUY SMARTER! Save Thousands When Working Only With A Communie Agent Existing Home In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, UT 84102 . Subdivision: PLAT B Home / Utah Existing Homes / (281570 Views) Communie Rebate Up To: $42,100 966 SOUTH TEMPLE , Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, UT 84102 The Home Status: Active / Style: Stories: 2 / $286 /SQF $1,790,000 EST. Mortgage $/mo* Mortgage Calculator Home Price: Down Payment: Loan Term: 30 Years Fixed 15 Years Fixed Interest Rate Get Pre-Qualified Come live in one of the original Salt Lake mansions. South Temple Street was originally called Brigham Street because of the location of the Brigham Young Mansion. South Temple has often been referred to as one of the most beautiful streets in America and 966 East South Temple has often been proclaimed as one of its most beautiful homes. The home's second owner was Mayor of Salt Lake City. The present owner, a great- grandson of Brigham Young, has occupied and owned it for more than seventy years. Over the years, careful preservation of original detail like wavy glass windows, and specially designed copper door handles, have been carefully preserved. Cut glass door handles in the master bedroom and suite match the design of the overhead lighting. The front hall, the music room, the sitting room, and dining room all have original beveled cut glass panes over the windows. All of the woodwork of these rooms is quarter sawn oak. The rooms have beautiful, possibly original, oak floors. All of the entertaining spaces have nearly 10 foot ceilings, with crown molding. There are two original fireplaces. The basement has high ceilings, where there is a well appointed mother-in-law apartment with its own separate entrance. The attic has been finished as a large sleeping room with skylight and private bathroom. There is plenty of storage under the enclosed eves. 966 East South Temple has always been a family home with an original carriage house, which has more than enough room for two cars and storage space. The second floor of the garage was originally a place for hay and grain for horses, who pulled the carriages below, but now is an open space, which could be used for storage, workshop or office. This home has been updated with new utilities. There are four hot air furnaces, three of which are 90% efficient. The plumbing is all copper. There is a tankless hot water heater, a central vacuum system, and air conditioning. Qualified buyers only please. Square footage figures are provided as a courtesy estimate only and were obtained from an appraisal. Buyer is advised to obtain an independent measurement. MLS#: 1768895 0 6266 Finished Sq. Ft. 7 Beds 5 Baths 2 Garages $1,790,000 Schedule A Visit Photo & Video Gallery Contact a Communie rep Submit * Estimated Mortgage based on an average mortgage rate of 3.13 30 Year Fixed. This rate is offered with 20% down and a credit score of 740+ Taxes and Insurance not included. Property Listed By Utah Home Central Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed accurate. Buyer to verify all information. The multiple listing information is provided by Wasatch Front Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. from a copyrighted compilation of listings. The compilation of listings and each individual listing are ©2021 Wasatch Front Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc., All Rights Reserved. The information provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.