Here we have a member of the San Mateo Highlands Eichler community, billed as the largest contiguous collection of Eichlers in the nation (non-contiguous Eichler collections, unmask yourselves!). The development, built between 1955 and 1965, boasts more than 700 homes, including a "radical" all-steel custom Eichler designed by A. Quincy Jones. The house on offer here is a more traditional four-bedroom specimen with the signature sloping wood-plank ceilings and a cheery yellow block chimney. Last seen on the market in 2003 for $806K, the 1958 abode has undergone a renovation concentrated mostly on the kitchen and bathrooms, with Caesarstone replacing what we'd guess was old plastic laminate. The new ask is $1.547 million. Also: there's a built-in gas barbecue on the deck just outside the kitchen, a French door fridge, and a non-contiguous wine fridge.
· Eichler History: The Highlands [Enter the World of Eichler Design]
· 1539 Tarrytown St [Alain Pinel Realtors]
· Eichler Home Returns from a Winsome Makeover for $1.55M [Curbed National]
· Previous Coverage of Eichler [Curbed SF]