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1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Homes by this architect don’t come up often, so savour this 1970s Ed Dreier-designed modernist property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Actually, we should refer to it as midcentury modern, which is pretty much the look and feel here. It just seems a little late for that era, having been constructed in 1976. Anyway, that’s just a label. The most important thing is the house and that really is something special.

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

This is a time capsule, with little changed since the builders put their tools down just over 40 years ago. Of course, the cantilevered roofline and floor-to-ceiling windows are still in place. But much more beyond that.

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

A glance at the photos show everything from the stone flooring and feature stone walls through to a period staircase, custom furnishings, custom furnishings and what looks like a largely vintage kitchen.

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Of course, there are the open spaces too and the real ‘wow’ factor here of that city view from the windows or the balcony. A stunning piece of architecture.

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Despite little change, it doesn’t look like it would need a lot of work either. Of course you would need a survey, but to these eyes, it’s just a matter of bringing in your furniture.

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

The house sits on a half acre lot, with 4,086 sq. ft. of living space that includes three bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as the wonderful reception areas. A good sized garage on the side too.

1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Fancy it? This place is the market for $1,250,000.

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1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
1970s modernism: Ed Dreier-designed property in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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