Located on historic South Temple Street just east of downtown-an area rich in Utah History and period architecture, is this beautiful classic American four-square home. Built in 1905 and known in history circles as the FIler/Godbe home due to its original owners-prominent in Utah Politics, Theater, Humanitarian and Mercantile circles, it was frequently the setting for social events involving many prominent Utahns. After a tragic fire nearly destroyed the home in the late ’80s, the current owners rebuilt from the inside out, enlarged the footprint and painstakingly restored prominent historic features including the original windows, the “beehive” brick fireplace mantle and from 1910 photographs rebuilt the wraparound porch. Today it is recognized as Haxton Manor Bed and Breakfast but more affectionately “The Healing House.” Offering a warm reception area, a large formal dining room, 7 ensuite bedrooms, a lower level 1 bedroom caretakers apartment with separate entrance, an ADA accessible first floor, and ample off-street parking. This historic home is recognized both nationally and in Utah on the Register of Historic Places.