We can’t resist an Eichler, with this particular 1960s midcentury Eichler home in Concord, California, USA being something of a minor renovation opportunity.
Not that’s it’s in a bad way. Far from it. This 1963 build looks pretty good and still has some period features within, which is always a bonus.
In fact, the original open layout is more or less intact, with the beams (albeit painted), exposed brick, mahogany walls and original lighting still present within. That kitchen might be original too, but we suspect it might be ready for an upgrade by now.
Someone has done their best to keep the place ‘dressed’ to the original era too, which certainly helps to sell this kind of period property. All in all, a great place, with the agent pointing out that opportunity to ‘customize’ if you want to take it up a notch or two.
As for space, the layout includes what is described as an ‘informal’ multi-purpose room, plus a ‘formal’ living / dining area, a ‘bonus’ hobby room off the kitchen, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two-car garage with storage options. Around 2,121 sq. ft. in total and with stained concrete flooring throughout.
Outside you’ll find options for indoor / outdoor living, with the outside fun built around the pool, with flat areas and some minimalist landscaping, cacti and palm trees too.
Fancy it? $595,000 is the asking price.
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