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East Bay ‘super Eichler’ asks $1.4 million

This ain’t your mama’s midcentury-modern

Photos via Ken Fox, East Bay Modern

Over in Walnut Creek, an exceptionally large Eichler specimen has been found. Designed by architect Claude Oakland for the noted developer in 1969, this H-plan home has been renovated to keep inline with today’s tastes but with a careful eye on the past.

Featuring four beds, two and a half baths, and 2,435 square feet, 247 Bliss Court comes with exposed beams, floor to ceiling windows, globe lighting, atrium, and more. What separates this particular midcentury-modern from the rest is its size and outdoor access. Almost each room opens to the outdoors.

There are also two wings to this home, one of which houses the master bed and bath.

Also, there’s a pool. Why not?

Sure to be snapped up on no time, asking is $1,450,000.