• highlands eichler tour

    This May, the San Mateo Highlands neighborhood is holding an Eichler Home Tour, featuring ten carefully curated homes, each staying true to the Eichler aesthetic we all know and love …

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  • racquet club estates

    Palm Springs’ Racquet Club Estates features around 550 single-family homes, built in the late 50s–early 60s. Most are classic William Krisel designs, built by the Alexander Construction Company …

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  • modernism week

    We did it. We finally visited Palm Springs –California’s modernist mecca in the desert…and for Modernism Week, no less. Here are some highlights from our trip …

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  • home time

    We just returned from a rare, and long overdue, UK trip. Before leaving, we Fog-proofed the sofa, and locked-away other ‘scratchables’ in our music room …

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  • diamond heights

    We’re gradually checking-off Eichler neighborhoods –remember our Burlingame visit, before meeting Karen’s folks at SFO? Well, this was the return leg …

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  • burlingame super-eichlers

    Whenever we visit San Francisco, we try to check-out a new Eichler neighborhood. Couple weeks back, we picked-up Karen’s parents from SFO, and swung-by Burlingame …

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  • willow glen and beyond

    When you buy an Eichler, you join a club. Neighborhoods, models, and prices vary wildly, but we’re all connected by one thing …

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  • mind the gap

    Sorry for the posting gap –we just returned from our Visa interview, at the US Embassy, in London. They kindly gave us the max five-year extension …

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  • walnut creek

    Just before Christmas, we took a trip to Walnut Creek, to check out Rancho San Miguel –home to about 375 Eichlers, built from 1955-59 …

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