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Renovated Silicon Valley Eichler asks $2.2 million

Another day, another Palo Alto midcentury hits the market

Exterior shot of Eichler in Palo Alto with red good and grey facade. Photos via Keller Williams

There’s something to be said for a drastically renovated Eichler home. Just read the comments on any of our Eichler pieces for proof. And today we have yet another one, this one located at 3719 Starr King Circle in the housing-starved city of Palo Alto.

Let’s go in for a closer look, shall we?

Coming in at four beds, two bath, and 1,772 square feet, this 1952 home under the name of the noted developer still features its midcentury skeleton (e..g, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, floor-to-ceiling windows).

But most of it has been blissfully refreshed. New bathrooms, kitchen, hardwood flooring, retina-scorching white walls and ceiling.

It’s all arguably superb. If one must live inside a renovated Eichler, one could do worse.

Asking is a cool $2,298,000.