A meticulously maintained, elegant house in Salt Lake City's finest neighborhood. Built in the 1930s in a style that recalls old Hollywood glamour, this classic two-story Spanish Colonial could sit harmoniously on a winding residential road above Sunset Boulevard. The core of the house is a grand, gently curved staircase in the entrance hall. The steps are original Larstone (hand-stained concrete), with iron railings. Almost like a balcony, the landing atop the stairs overlooks the foyer below. Houses from era were formal and dripping with detail, yet by today's standards they are intimate and unpretentious, not opulent. The clay-tiled roof, arched windows, beam ceilings, and wood-accent doors were built with fine craftsmanship of an earlier time. Each room, including four upstairs bedrooms, pulls in natural light from at least two directions. This is a rare house full of heart and soul, history and tasteful sophistication. Ideal for entertaining with spaciousness, high comfort, and easy flow. Perfect for a party with dozens of guests but also just right for a cozy night with family and friends gathered in front of the vintage wood-burning fireplace. A fully remodeled kitchen features Wolf and Subzero appliances yet evokes the look of the house's 1937 origins. The basement includes an in-law apartment with its own entrance and garage, approached from an alleyway behind the house.