An adorable and pleasingly untouched-looking Eichler from 1950 has landed on the market seeking $1.35 million. The three-bedroom, one-bath home is part of Charleston Meadow, an early Eichler development whose 100-odd homes were designed by Anshen & Allen. According to the listing, it hasn't sold since it first went on the market in the 1950s. And the original owners have done their bit to keep up the home: The brick fireplace and natural-wood ceiling have not been painted over, and the wood wall paneling—typically a prime target in a renovation—has survived to this day. As Curbed National notes, plans exist for a four-bed, two-bath conversion. It's almost nerve-racking to think of anyone touching a place that has survived this long in its original shape, so we'll be holding our breath, hoping we don't see this address pop back up for $1 million more next year.
· 271 Carolina Lane [Intero Real Estate Services]
· Drop $1.35M on an Untouched Eichler Home in Palo Alto [Curbed National]
· Previous Coverage of Eichler [Curbed SF]