This 1907 pattern book house has been altered but still contributes to the historic character of the district. It was built by Ezra O. Best, a contractor in Salt Lake, and he lived in several apartments in the house.
Ezra O. Best, a contract in Salt Lake City, built this house in 1907. He lived in the different apartments in it and in the house next door most of his life. Best, a son of Alfred and Margaret Oakley Best, was born in Salt Lake in 1859, and he married Caroline Donaldson.
2 1/2 story brick house with a two level columned recessed porch, large front dormer. The front is built into the side of the hill.