This $2.3M House Is Being Touted as a “Super Eichler”

Designed by Claude Oakland in 1969, the H-shaped Bay Area home has much more living space than your standard midcentury.

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Location:  235 Clyde Drive, Walnut Creek, California

Price: $2,350,000

Year Built: 1969

Architect: Claude Oakland

Footprint: 2,435 square feet (four bedrooms, three baths)

Lot Size: 0.23 acres

From the Agent:"Designed by legendary architect Claude Oakland, and built by Eichler homes in 1969, this masterpiece is truly awe inspiring and a tribute to midcentury-modern architecture. Affectionately known as the ‘Super H,’ this Super Eichler boasts an extensive single-level floor plan of 2,448 square feet. There are four amply sized bedrooms, and two and a half wonderfully remodeled bathrooms with custom cabinetry and contemporary tile and fixtures, including a generous primary bedroom with a walk-in closet, a private split bath, and direct outdoor access."

Bright yellow doors lead to the home’s open-air atrium, which connects various rooms across the single-level, H-shaped floor plan. 

Photo courtesy of Compass

Photo courtesy of Compass

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At the center of the home is a cozy, light-filled sitting area, where black exposed beams pop against white cathedral ceilings. A remodeled kitchen awaits just steps away.

Photo courtesy of Compass

Photo courtesy of Compass

Floor-to-ceiling glass doors extend the kitchen and dining area to a side deck.

Photo courtesy of Compass

Photo courtesy of Compass

In addition to four bedrooms, the home also comes with a spacious office area. 

Photo courtesy of Compass

Photo courtesy of Compass

Each of the bedrooms offer a serene, light-filled retreat, complete with sliding-glass doors.

Photo courtesy of Compass

Photo courtesy of Compass

235 Clyde Drive in Walnut Creek, California, is currently listed for $2,350,000 by Thomas Westfall of Compass.

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