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All photos via 4119 Phoenix Street
Location: Concord, California
Asking just over half-a-milion dollars, this sunny 1963 Eichler in Concord, California, east of the San Francisco Bay, seems more attainable than other Eicher homes we've been tracking lately. That is probably in part due to the location and in part because this is the first time it's on the market in almost 30 years, and it sure looks like it could use some sprucing up—the listing spins it as "great opportunity to customize" an Eichler. Still looking rather nice, the 2,121-square-foot residence includes a main living/dining area, four bedrooms, a spacious kitchen/"hobby room", and a kind of awkward converted atrium that we may be able to look past if we just stare right through the glass walls to the lovely pool.
The house retains its original mahogany wall panels, globe lighting, and very indoor-outdoor sliding glass doors. There are stained concrete floors throughout the interior, and on the outside, low-maintenance, mature landscaping line the 7,200-square-foot lot.
∙ 4119 Phoenix Street [official listing]
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