Liberty Wells

Liberty Wells was originally part of the “Big Field” project that granted acreages to applicants seeking farmland. The neighborhood is now mostly residential and home to Salt Lake City’s second-largest park, Liberty Park. Victorian era and bungalow style homes are the most common residences, but there are several apartment buildings as well. Liberty Wells has business strips primarily along its boundaries of 900 South, 2100 South, and State Street.

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looking north on State Street
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Italianate styled church tower
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homes across from Liberty Park
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pool entrance
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Liberty Lake
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bungalows built 1914
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bungalow duplex built 1910
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new construction 2015
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little free library
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trapeze lawn decoration
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gas station
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apartment complex built 1972

 

 

 

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