Foothill/East Bench/Sunnyside homes are located near the University of Utah and the Wasatch Mountains. The area is known for its historic architecture, and most Foothill/East Bench/Sunnyside real estate dates to before the 1940s. You can find some Craftsman, Cape Cod, and Tudor style gems. There are also some sleek modern architecture homes, as well as classy brick new construction. Whether you go for something more historic or choose a newer home, you will find carefully maintained properties, inside and out.
The area has a number of interesting places to visit. Spend a day at Hogle Zoo or Red Butte Garden and Arboretum. Learn local history at Fort Douglas Military Museum and This Is the Place Heritage Park. Foothill Village Shopping Center offers residents several boutique clothing shops, as well as groceries and a deli at Dan’s Market. Grab a treat at Sweet Tooth Fairy or a burger at Red Robin. Other restaurants and cafes can be found in the neighborhood, too. Public transportation is plentiful near Foothill/East Bench/Sunnyside homes, and it’s easy to get around on foot, too. For those who want to shop or dine in downtown Salt Lake City, it’s a quick drive on Foothill Drive (SR-186). People who work downtown also like this area, which gives them a short commute and a quiet, suburban life.
The neighborhood is very well established, and some families have been living in the area for several generations. This gives a feeling of stability, which is great for raising kids. The schools in the area get great reviews from parents and students. It’s no surprise that with the University of Utah so close, college readiness is a top priority for the teachers at Highland High School.
Give the office a call soon, and we’ll be happy to show you around the Foothill neighborhood.