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Polished Eichler in San Rafael asks $1.25M

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Built in 1957, midcentury home comes with a garage turned into a loft

Facade.
Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Marin Modern Real Estate

Gently renovated in recent years, this crisp Eichler in San Rafael’s Lower Lucas Valley still keeps its eye on its midcentury roots.

Featuring four bedrooms, tow bathrooms, and 2,067 square feet, 585 Kernberry comes with many of the period details Eichler enthusiasts love: globe lighting, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, mahogany paneling, and more.

Newer additions include a kitchen with stone counters and tile backsplash, a family room reconfiguration with a gas burning fireplace.

Perhaps the most intriguing newish element here is the conversion of the garage into a loft space. Located at the front of the house (the entryway door is now on the side), this room comes with a skylight and plenty of privacy from the rest of the abode.

Asking is $1,250,000 through Barry and Renee Adelmann of Marin Modern Real Estate.

Remodeled fireplace in the family room.
New light fixture illuminates the kitchen.
Dining area.
Living room with plenty of natural light.

Sliding Japanese closet doors grace the hallway.
Master bedroom.
Loft space with skylight.