If you feel like you blinked and missed this amazing Eichler Home, you’re not mistaken. One of the most amazing things about the real estate profession is the great people and unique stories. It’s so easy to make it “just about the houses” — but it’s really about connecting people. And sometimes, fact can be even stranger than fiction.
Like our recent Elsinore listing, this Eichler Home is magazine-ready. But that’s not what makes it special. It’s a dream home. And not just because the upgrades are nice — this home is the reflection of the personalities of two very awesome people. That’s the difference between a pretty nice house and a showstopper — it’s the personality.
A few months ago we met another wonderful couple. They wanted an Eichler Home, but it had to be something special — something amazing. To ourselves, we wondered just how long it might take for their perfect Eichler to come on the market. Their wish list was long.
But the universe is funny. And sometimes the only thing required to make things happen is to do something simple: ask. Less than three weeks later we received a call from the owners of this home. They weren’t ready to list their home just yet and the didn’t want the attention of being on the MLS, but were curious if the perfect buyer might be out there. We knew just who to call.
And it happens more often than you think. This is the reason we love to meet you. Sometimes we know of off-the-wall, long-shot, opportunities. But if we don’t know you, we can’t tell you about them. While architectural real estate is about the houses, it’s really about the people and making the connections.
|Home size||1,872 sq ft|
|Lot Size||8,712 sqft|
|Days on Market||51|
Lauded architects A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons designed this remarkable mid-century modern home, built in 1962 by legendary builder Joseph Eichler. Original “must have” traits seamlessly interact with modernized elements that bring stylish functionality to modern-day living. Philippine mahogany paneling and tongue and groove ceilings meet quartz countertops and high-end appliances. Tranquil entertaining spaces are created by an open floor plan and walls of glass extend sight lines. The threshold between indoor and outdoor living evaporates. An Eichler Home is more than just a house, it’s passion, creativity, family and love…it’s a lifestyle.”
Property Type(s): Single Family
|Year Built||1962||Community||75 - Orange, Orange Park Acres|
|Lot||0.200||Area||75 - Orange, Orange Park Acres|
|Pool Description||Private,In Ground||Sewer||Sewer Connected,Sewer In Street|
|Stories||1||Utilities||District/Public; Sewer Connected,Sewer In Street;|
|Heat||Radiant, See Remarks|
|LotDescription||Back Yard, Front Yard, Landscaped, Lawn, Lot 6500-9999, Sprinkler System, Sprinklers Drip System|
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