This house, built in 1928-1929, in a one-and-a-half story Period revival style residence. Significant for its association with the agricultural and suburban developement of central Salt Lake County, the Butler-Wallin House was originally built as the showpiece of a 35-acre farm. Although the farm acreage land was sold for residential developement between the 1950’s and 1980’s, the house remains a distinctive reminder of the neighborhood’s agricultural heritage. The Butler-Wallin House in a rare example of a farmhouse that represents a subset of second-generation Salt Lake County residents.
1045 E 4500 S
Salt Lake City, Utah United States