A remodeled home with a rare floor plan is for sale in California.
When it comes to midcentury modern home design, a remodeled and renovated home is always preferable to a fixer-upper, especially if you are ready to move in.
Located in Orange, California, the home is on one the last three Eichler tracks to be developed in the city. It is currently on the market for the first time since the original sale in 1964.
Designed by A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons, the 2,000 square-foot, four bedroom home is fully remodeled with beam ceilings, stone fireplace, quartz countertops, brand new skylights, a re-plastered pool, and a stone patio.
The rare floorplan is one of only 8 models in the city, and features a two-car garage and a carport.
So if you’re looking for a midcentury modern, move-in ready home on the West Coast, this listing is located at 1070 North Granada Drive, and is priced at $985,000.via ]