The large red brick bungalow was built in 1919 by Benham Hunsaker, an Ogden resident who worked at the famed Stockyards on the west side of the river. In 1946, Mr. Hunsaker split his property into 3 units, to accommodate the many returning WWII soldiers. The home went through many owners, and remained a triplex - one that housed less-than-illustrious residents. The current owner purchased the home in 2007, and had just finished a massive remodel in February 2013, when an arsonist broke into the basement and set it on fire. It was nearly a total loss. After 16 months, the home was restored, rebuilt, and reverted back to the original single-family floor plan. The new home features original hardwood floors (that survived the fire) new Craftsman kitchen cabinets, granite counters throughout, tile baths & showers, central vac, all new electrical, plumbing, heating & air conditioning.
The home features 5 bedrooms + a library, with one king bed, four queens, a full futon, and two twin futons. There are two family rooms, both with cable TV & internet, a wet bar in the downstairs family room, and a storage room for bikes, snowboards, golf clubs and any extras.
This home works extremely well for corporate long-term rentals, as well as temporary housing for relocation. Keep in mind that Owner Sue Wilkerson is also a RE/MAX Broker/Owner, which can make your move even easier. The home has been used for family reunions, ski and cycling trips, graduations, wedding parties and corporate retreats, as well as long term relocation and employment-related housing.
There are full-size stacker washer & dryer, dishwasher, disposal, microwave and most every kitchen utensil I could think of.
The yard is features a fully-fenced rear yard. There is off-street parking for 4, at least, and easy access to all amenities.