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Renovated Palo Alto Eichler asks $2.3 million

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Midcentury-modern abode undergoes major revamp

Photos via Shelly Roberson, Alain Pinel Realtors

Although 612 Maybell sprouted up in 1952, this Palo Alto Eichler has strayed a long way from its roots. Save for the original exposed beams, floor-to-ceiling windows, and skylights, this property is contemporary to the hilt.

Featuring five beds, two baths, and 1,528 square feet, 612 Maybell has been “fully remodeled from top-to-bottom,” according to the ad. Older Eichlerian touches have been replaced with new flooring, lighting, and—gasp—a painted ceiling.

Located across the street from Juana Briones Park and near an elementary school, it’s ideal for a young family with cash to burn.

Asking is $2,395,000.