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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