Re: Can you please help our Utah house find its style?
It's an ell-shaped single-story cottage with one or more decorative gables and a wrap-around porch (semi-enclosed subsequently). It's basically a plain, traditional structure built at the tail end of the Victorian period, so its minimal decoration reflects that time period. The most unusual element is the hipped corner; a side-facing gable would be more expected, but maybe it's a western thing; my areas of experience are east and deep south.
What's with that addition on the back? Seems high.
Remove not the ancient landmark, which your fathers have set.