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1691 E 4620 S
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84117


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This home is 3153 sqft, which is 1578 sqft larger than the average of the houses our sources can identify on 4620. This home was built in 2005 with 11 total rooms. When this property was assessed in 2020, the assessment value improved from $359,810 to $365,310. This home is 2 stories tall. This property is located in the PARKFIELD PLACE subdivision. The entire market value of this property is $664,200. The land is valued at $218,100. Use Diedinhouse.com to learn of any stigmatized details and history about 1691 E 4620 S.
What's nearby?
Cemeteries
12 miles from Alta City Cemetery
13 miles from Bountiful Memorial Park
14 miles from Sessions Settlement Cemetery
14 miles from Lakeview Memorial Park
15 miles from Daniel Wood Cemetery
16 miles from Centerville City Cemetery
17 miles from Chandler Cemetery
20 miles from Farmington City Cemetery
21 miles from William O Smith Farm Cemetery
22 miles from Porterville Cemetery
24 miles from Richville Cemetery
26 miles from Milton Cemetery
26 miles from Kaysville City Cemetery
26 miles from South Morgan Cemetery
27 miles from Adams Gravesite
27 miles from Frary Gravesite
27 miles from North Morgan Cemetery
28 miles from Round Valley Pioneer Cemetery
29 miles from Lindquist Memorial Park
Tax Legal Information
LOT 1, PARKFIELD PLACE SUBDIVISION. 9088-3821 9121-1399 9411-2959 9414-0081 9415-7210 9663-0952
PARKFIELD PLACE
1
Tax Assessed Information
2020
$365,310.00
$359,810.00
$664,200.00
$446,100.00
$218,100.00
67.00
2020
17
$5,224.00
05/22/2020
07/23/2020
Building Ownership Information
2015
$12.00
103
Residential
05/05/2009
05/05/2009
0010693206
Building Composition
3153
5994
1848
0.2399908
10454.00
1896
1896
11
945
103
108
3.000
1
3
11
2
1
1
1
2
1L
109
P00
300
102

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