“God is in the details” proclaimed architect Mies van der Rohe. Even if you aren’t religious, this Eichler home will make you a believer. And the details that make the difference between a “nice” house and an exceptional house. This home doesn’t say you have money — it screams that you have taste. Sometimes it’s big details, like the countless hours that were spent caulking and sealing the gaps in the tongue and groove ceiling slats or replacing all of the single pane glass with dual-paned, tempered units (without big ugly frames!) But sometimes it’s the little things, like a hidden cabinet complete with USB charging stations for all of your devices or little lights underneath the outdoor kitchen that ensure you don’t trip and fumble your steaks in the dark. But it’s also about creativity — like a unique repurposing a masonry block for the one-of-a-kind fireplace. And it doesn’t stop…hand-sanded beams, ductless mini-split HVAC units , and a rare “split wing” floorplan with the master bedroom and an office/retreat on the opposite side of the house from the secondary bedrooms. This is the kind of house where the more time you spend in it, the more great details you will discover. Don’t miss this year’s best Eichler renovation to hit the market.