My Home As Art :: Eichler Home :: A. Quincy Jones, FAIA

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Presented by Greg Guinto

This true pride of ownership Mid-Century Modern Eichler was meticulously kept with only one set of owners, Frances and Larry. Originally looking into building their own home in Brentwood with the help of Case Study architect Pierre Koenig, Frances noticed signs for a modern community, just North off of the 405 fwy. Larry and Frances drove up to see these modern tract homes and instantly agreed they had found a place to call home. They’ve lived here ever since, but now the time has come for someone new to discover this hidden gem in the Valley. This five bedroom home is over 2,000 sqft and feels as though you’re walking through a time capsule, complete with original kitchen with functioning built-in blender. Experience walking into the atrium, through the A-frame design structure, surrounded by walls of glass, while looking past the spacious living room into the nice sized private backyard with wrap around patio areas. This home truly makes you feel outdoors when you’re indoors and that’s something Joseph Eichler was able to capture. An added benefit for this community is the potential tax breaks from the Mills Act, as Balboa Highlands is in a designated HPOZ. Come see for yourself. You too may quickly know you have found your future home.
For Sale $789,900
  • 5 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2078 Sqft

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