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Sunny Eichler with pool asks $830K in Los Angeles

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Floor-to-ceiling windows let in plenty of light

A post-and-beam midcentury home with an overhanging roof and large glass windows sits behind a pool and lounge chairs. Alex Zarour for Wish Sotheby’s International Realty

Drive down the streets of a southern California neighborhood and you can spot any number of architectural styles. But nothing says California living quite like the work of developer Joseph Eichler. Known for thousands of glass-filled, boxy homes from the 1950s and 60s, Eichler was the developer of this four-bedroom, two-bath home in Granada Hills, about 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

Constructed in 1964, the slant-roof home is open and airy, with Eichler’s signature floor-to-ceiling windows that let in plenty of light. Original features abound, including 1960s globe light fixtures, the original Saturn front-door hardware, and the home’s original white Helvetica address numbers on black squares.

A striking cantilevered gable entry hood welcomes you to the home, and the interior boasts sunlights, clerestory windows, and exposed post and beam construction. A loggia provides space for entertaining, while outside the spacious backyard features a pool, dining area, and fire pit.

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A gray midcentury modern house features a bright blue door, garage on the left, and a large cantilevered gable entry hood.
A cantilevered gable entry hood and bright blue door welcomes you to the home.
A living room with mirrored fireplace, a criss-cross rug, glass coffee table, turquoise couch, and a wood dining set with overhanging globe light.
The open-concept living and dining area features floor-to-ceiling windows and a mirrored fireplace.
A four-person eat-in kitchen area with white floors, cabinets, an orange accent wall, and views out to the home’s loggia.
An eat-in kitchen overlooks the loggia outside.
A galley-style kitchen with gray countertops, white cabinets, and a blue tiled accent wall.
The kitchen features blue tile work and white cabinets.
An atrium with vegetation, beams running across the ceiling, and a chair, coffee table, and small white loveseat.
Eichler was known for designing homes with atriums like this one.
A white bed features a wooden bench and side tables, gray carpeting, orange armchair, and views out to the backyard pool.
One of four bedrooms that have access to the outdoors from large sliding glass doors.