Another example of howe to renovate a property, this 1960s midcentury modern Eichler property in San Jose, California, USA.
It dates to 1960s and as far as we can see, is pretty faithful to the original design. That’s a selling point for sure. Sounds like location should tick a box for some too, with the agent pointing out that this is in the ‘coveted Fairglen neighborhood of Willow Glen’. We don’t have the local knowledge, but if you do, that probably means something.
It’s also an area with plenty of Eichler builds too, so likely to be full of like-minded people, architecturally anyway.
But enough of the area, we want to focus on the house, which is a prime slice of midcentury modern and a house that has undergone a complete renovation, enhancing the period features, headed up by the beams and glazing, as well as adding some modern contemporary touches, notably with the kitchen, bathrooms, finishes and landscaping. The end result is pretty stunning, we have to say.
As for space, that covers 1,618 sq. ft. and includes plenty of reception space, four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The images pretty much say it all.
Fancy living here? $1,298,000 is the asking price.