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Palo Alto Eichler with pool and cabana asks $2 million

1953 midcentury in Silicon Valley had yet to fall victim to extreme renovation

Photo by Klaudia McBride, courtesy of Alain Pinel

Boasting the usual Eichleriean suspects—vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, floor-to-ceiling windows, atrium—this Palo Alto offering also features a pool and cabana. Refreshing!

Granted, the cabana has been used as a storage room over the years. But, per the house’s ad, the "cabana awaits your finishing touches."

Photo by Klaudia McBride, courtesy of Alain Pinel

Last sold in 1979 for a mere $150,000, the home at 257 Ely Place features four beds, two baths, and 1,874 square feet. The stunning facade is particularly noteworthy. Over the years it’s been touched up and refreshed.

While it hasn’t received the intense makeover that this Palo Alto Eichler did in 2014, it is ripe for a careful imagination who appreciates a choice Eicher.

Asking is $2,000,000.