The Enchanting Neighborhood of Harvard & Yale
The Harvard & Yale area is best described as quintessentially English with the wide streets and sidewalks that are classically American. With Tudor styled homes and renovated bungalows that sit along tree-lined streets, you’ll feel as if you’ve been transported to the streets of merry old England. The architecture of this neighborhood truly sets it apart from any other community in Salt Lake.
Originally built around the 1870’s this area is historically rich with a buzzing vibe. It’s no wonder that in 2007 it was placed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Does the Harvard & Yale area fit your lifestyle? Take a look at the available tudors and bungalows in this area.
Dining and Shopping
If you live in this area there are a couple things that you need to be aware of and inevitably fall in love with. Eggs in the City is by far one of the best breakfast places around. Jolley’s Pharmacy is the neighborhood pharmacy that also has adorable odds-and-ends that you didn’t know you needed. Lastly on the must-visit list, Sea Salt, the area’s newest restaurant.
Oh, and one more thing – you’ll have to make taking long strolls though the winding streets of this truly timeless neighborhood a seasonal tradition.
With Trax stations just a couple blocks away it’s easy to also use public transportation for your daily commute.
Taking one more note from the English countryside this area is very bike friendly.
Downtown is a mere 15 minutes away and the freeway entrance to I15 only 10 minutes away making the Harvard & Yale neighborhood the perfect hideaway in Salt Lake.