For sale: House by Burtch Beall - Salt Lake City, UT

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DavidC
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For sale: House by Burtch Beall - Salt Lake City, UT

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Oh, let's go for the long story: https://www.utahrealestate.com/1596578

Usonian-scaled Prairie, maybe ? Nice setting, too . . .

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JimM
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FLLW inspired mid-century with an early century "Jefferson inspired" Monticello modification... a bed he designed from which he could choose to enter a different room from either side in the morning.

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