"BE SURE TO SEE THE TOUR FOR 360 PHOTOS. One of the original show places of elegant Federal Heights, 26 South Wolcott remains an outstanding example of early 1900's Italian Renaissance architecture. Construction began in 1911 and it took European artisans more than 5 years to complete this magnificent home. Its architect, Frank Winder Moore, one of the most important Utah architects of that time, was given a high degree of artistic freedom in appointing the interior details of the home. Intricate wood parquetry floors inlaid with oak, birch, and mahogany can be found on all three levels of the home. Fluted wood columns fashioned after those found in the Pump House in Bath, England, flank the entry to a large and opulent dining room. Mahogany wall panels enhance the vivid colors of the dining room's murals on its ceiling and walls. The lavish, one of a kind, original Art Nouveau chandeliers in the foyer, dining room, and great room were imported from Bavaria and contain more than 150 original lead crystal pendants. The front room's suptuous wood and marble fireplace is embellished with hand carved fruits and florets. The walls of this room have been [professionally] painted in the Finkelstein method for faux rose br che marble. The built in bookcases, china closets, and many of the windows of the home contain original wavy cylinder glass. The original bar of the home, adjacent to the billiard room, remains intact and exactly as it was built, with mahogany paneling, leaded glass, a brass foot rail, the original sinks, faucets, and metal lined ice boxes. The large master bedroom includes its own dressing room with a sink and mirrored built in armoire. An energy efficient boiler, as well as an energy efficient forced air furnace have recently been installed in this home. The roof was replaced in 2007 using Bartile to match the original red tile roof. Tiles have a 75 year warranty. In keeping with the historical importance of this residence the majority of the orig"
* PRICE LOWERED - $899,000 TO $869,000