Located on a quiet cul-de-sac in housing-starved Palo Alto, the latest Eichler to land on the market comes with a pool. Delightful. It also comes with a hefty remodel, which will please some and perturb many. Let’s dive in.
Featuring four beds, two baths, and 1,808 square feet, this circa-1958 gem boasts signature touches from the noted developer—exposed beams, floor-to-ceiling windows, and oval-shaped pool.
Alas, it does feature the very Eichlerian atrium.
And other newfangled accents (e.g., carpet, painted ceilings) will have purists cocking their eyebrows. But no matter—this midcentury-modern specimen should satisfy any fan of the era’s clean, minimal design.
Last sold in 2004 for $1,060,000, it returns to the market seeking $2,488,000.