The lovingly cared-for property, located outside of Salt Lake City, is now available for the first time since its completion in 1958.
A recently listed home in the Salt Lake City suburb of Holladay, Utah, is looking for a new owner to enjoy its many original and unique features. Designed by local architect Stephen Macdonald in the 1950s, the Japanese-inspired home offers a series of sunlit spaces separated by Shoji screens, along with natural finishes and a glassy facade overlooking a Zen garden.
The home's L-shaped floor plan clearly delineates between public and private spaces, with a sunlit living area to the right of the entryway and a streamlined bedroom wing expanding toward the rear along a single hallway. Both wings also receive an abundance of sunlight thanks to the structure's south and east facing rear facade, with the movable Shoji screens and large exterior overhangs helping to shade the interior.
The single-story home comes with just over 2,500 square feet of living space, including five bedrooms and four full bathrooms—as well as a pavilion-like backyard studio that would make a tranquil home office or art studio. Offered in nearly original condition, the current owners are most interested in meeting buyers who would like to preserve the home for years to come. Keep scrolling to see more of the property, currently listed for $1,200,000.