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California Eichler trimmed in blue asks $1.2M

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Located in San Rafael

Exterior shot of front of home with low-pitched gable roof with deep overhang, central recessed patio-atrium entrance, all painted blue except for underneath the eaves.
The 1959 home features the signature Eichler atrium.
Photos via Sotheby’s International Realty

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Location: San Rafael, California

Price: $1,175,000

Trimmed in blue, this inviting Eichler home with its signature atrium entrance has come on the market in the Terra Linda neighborhood of San Rafael, California.

It was built in 1959 and has since been updated, retaining many original midcentury period details including an open floorplan, tongue-and-groove beamed ceilings, and, of course, walls of glass that open directly onto the pool out back.

The 1,894-square-foot single-story residence is entered beneath the point of the low-pitched gabled roof by way of a recessed patio, beyond which is an open courtyard separated by full-height windows.

Once inside, a new kitchen with bright blue cabinetry to match the house’s trim shares space with a dining area and living room. On the other side of the kitchen is a cozy, carpeted family room with a cinder block fireplace and a glazed wall, while four bedrooms and three bathrooms are arranged along the front of the home.

Outside, beyond the pool are an upper garden as well as planting beds, plus views toward the hills of San Rafael. Located at 324 Devon Drive, it’s offered at $1.175 million.

Via: Sotheby’s International Realty, (h/t Estately)