Balboa Highlands Eichler For Sale

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Adriene
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Balboa Highlands Eichler For Sale

Postby Adriene » Tue Sep 05, 2006 11:03 am

An Eichler in the Balboa Highlands tract has just come on the market! The realtor's listing is referring to our neighborhood's pending status as an HPOZ/Historic Preservation Overlay Zone.

Built in 1964, this is a great model with the "mother-in-law" suite. Designed by Case Study Architect A. Quincy Jones, located at 17133 Nanette Street:

"Prized architectural marvel, EICHLER HOME, LA city designated architectu ral heritage,Books written about EICHLER HOMES,Original design/w Japan ese Tearoom(no permit),Mountain View,Pool&Jacuzzi,Quiet St.only local traffic ,Newer Heating,Air,&Water Heater,Close to School,shipping,&Fre eway.Kept to original EICHLER home, needs TLC.

Address: 17133 Nanette
Asking Price: $799,950
Ask for: Tony Kim
Phone: (818) 534-4363
Email: TCK628@aol.com
Agent Id: 210081441


http://pinnacleestate.com/el/details.as ... e=CA&IDX=1

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Postby Adriene » Fri Sep 15, 2006 9:16 am

I had a chance to walk through this Eichler -- it's extremely intact! Great view and pool, too. Lots of restoration potential.

See interior photos at:

http://www.valleymodern.com/about.html

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Postby MCMAdmirer » Fri Sep 15, 2006 5:25 pm

Man, what a beautiful home. I think I'm in love!

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Postby Dirt Diva » Mon Sep 18, 2006 2:14 pm

I would K-I-L-L for that house! I miss my original eichler kitchen with the swing-out table! I also love the asian touches-a red door just like I used to have. I'm gonna go buy a lottery ticket after work!!!! :D
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