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Berkshire Hathaway Utah Properties | Exciting Change

Moving to a new real estate brokerage during the holiday season was a gutsy move, but I’m really excited to tell you all about my recent change to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Utah Properties. I have many great friends and colleagues who have worked for Berkshire Hathaway (previously Prudential) for decades, and always sung its praises, but I didn’t realize the full extent of what it was actually like there until I took a tour of the office and met everyone. I was impressed, and absolutely blown away! Continue Reading

Friday Finds, Interior Design

The 10 Best Clear, See-Through Faucets

These trend-setting faucets will make you want to over-wash your hands, except for the fishbowl one, where the water drains out of the fishbowl as you wash, making you think about water conservancy as the fish’s water is draining rapidly. I guarantee that all the other faucets will make you want to turn on the water and just watch, they are so cool! In the world of faucets, there are so many to choose from. There are LED-lit faucets, 3D-printed metal and glass faucets, faucets that create a vortex of water, faucets that ration your water use, or at least make you realize and ponder your consumption. Regardless of which one you select, it’s bound to be a conversation starter, and just plain fun to use. Continue Reading

Real Estate

Secluded 1 Acre Lot With Mountain Views

List Price: Sold

Address: 1967 E. Forest Bend Drive, Cottonwood Heights

Property Details: 1.03 acres | 2,608 square feet | 4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms

Bri’s Perspective: The value and opportunity of this property is in the land. This secluded 1.03 acre property is accessed by driving down a private, wooded lane. It offers superior mountain views, mature trees, and far-away neighbors, including a quiet church to the east. Blue skies, butterflies, and hummingbirds are some of the sights to see here, with the option of bringing in your own wildlife. With the Rural Residential (RR-1-43) zoning and lush, flat land, a small farm with horses could be a nice addition to the property, and the Salt Lake County Equestrian Trail is steps away. Continue Reading