Built in 1950, The TreeHouse at North Canyon is a 2700 square foot rambler in Bountiful, Utah. It sits back from the road on a generous third-of-an-acre lot—one of the biggest in the neighborhood.
Inside, you’ll find 3 large bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, including a spacious and upgraded master suite with a jetted tub. You’ll also love the media lounge, the panoramic family room and the bonus room. With its own closet and bathroom, the bonus room can be used as a fourth bedroom, a game room or play room for the kids.
If you work from home or need a home office, the TreeHouse has a custom-built office in a grove of trees on the property. The perfect spot to get things done without distraction—while keeping tabs on the family.
And there's so much more. Step inside and you’ll see...
Imagine lazy Saturdays—swinging in the hammock, playing ball with family, enjoying a BBQ with friends. The TreeHouse is all of this and more. Whether you’re a young family or an empty nester, this home is perfect for soaking up the good life.
Get away to the office while still having access to your home life.
This secluded and private office is nestled in a small grove of trees in the corner of the property and is hidden most of the year by the leaves. You’ll feel like you’re working in the woods. That’s mostly because you’re literally working in the woods.
The office is small but perfect for one person. It’s got Internet cable running from the house and is wired for 220v, ready for a mini split system to heat and cool the space. In the middle of summer, the trees help to keep it from getting scorching hot, and in the winter, the small space can be heated with a tiny heater in about 10 minutes.
If you work from home, this will be the best commute you’ve ever had.
With its generous yard, The TreeHouse at North Canyon is like having your own personal park. This home is fantastic for entertaining. The front gazebo patio has hosted potlucks and marshmallow roasting. The raised berm behind it creates a natural amphitheater, perfect for outdoor movie nights. And the trees along the street are the perfect size and distance for hanging a hammock.
In the back yard, there’s a playground set and a track for riding little wheels around. And kids love exploring the grove of trees behind the house.
There’s a park nearby—but frankly— it pales in comparison.