Cottage Court Community Information


Cottage Court Header

Cottage Court Community Information

Cottage Court Slider

[idealimageslider id=”8048″]


COMING SOON! Single Family Homes located in Sugarhouse at 3100 S. 900 E. Prices starting in the high $400’s


Cottage Court Overview


Home Styles: Spacious Rambler and 2-Story Homes Available

Highlighted Features: Each new home floorplan has been carefully selected for this neighborhood. With a great location – you need great homes! Every home will also include upgraded features and fully landscaped yards.


Home Elevations include


Click on elevation to see floorplan

*Elevations and floorplans are subject to change and are not the actual homes to be built in Cottage Court. For example only.


Standard Features at Cottage Court include


Talk to a sales rep title bar

 Request Information on Availability and Pricing

Sales Rep




Philip Mosher is Principal Broker and VP of Sales for the Hamlet Companies. He has more than 26 years of Real Estate experience, 11 years of which have been with Hamlet Homes. He previously served as a licensed agent in New Jersey, a broker in California and worked for Ryland Homes, Equis Commercial and several  private brokerages. Phil received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Rider University. He is a member of the Utah Home Builders Association, Sales & Marketing Council for which he served as President in 2003, and is a designated Certified New Home Marketing Professional. Phil has also been a mentor for 11 years with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah. He resides is Salt Lake with his wife and three children.

Contact Info

How Townhomes Differ From Traditional Homes


When searching for new homes, one of the first decisions you will make is the type of property you would like to purchase. Of the many options available, you may want to consider a new townhome from Hamlet Homes. What makes a townhome different from a single-family home, and how can you benefit from these differences? Let’s take a look.

Structural Differences

The most visual difference between townhomes and traditional homes is their basic structure. A townhome has at least one shared wall with another unit, but a traditional house is a single structure that doesn’t share any walls. Despite popular opinion, traditional homes don’t necessarily have a larger square footage or more rooms. However, in general, townhomes tend to be slightly more compact than single-family homes making them ideal for young families, retirees, or anyone who would like less upkeep than a single-family home.

Cost Differences

In a broad sense, townhomes are generally much more affordable than traditional homes. They’re a cost-effective choice for first time homebuyers. Townhome communities typically boast additional amenities like parks, tot lots or even pools and a clubhouse. Additional services may also be organized by the community — typically through an HOA — for a much lower rate.

Townhome Privacy

Although the assumption with townhomes is there will be less privacy, through modern construction this is very rarely the case. Sound insulation and quality construction stops noise from being a concern. For those particularly concerned, sound-proofing materials are available in many buildings. Despite the shared walls, the advantages of being in a townhome community can be vast. They often have associations or organizations governing the community, taking some stress off your shoulders as a homeowner. For more information on new townhomes, or to consult with our new homebuilders, speak to the experts at Hamlet Homes today.


This is a sample alert message.

Email a Representative