‘Desert Eichler’ home sold the day it was listed

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February 23, 2015

It’s been 40 years since a house was built using midcentury architect Joseph Eichler’s original blueprints, and the newest one sold instantly.

The Los Angeles Times reports that the ‘Desert Eichler’ in Palm Springs, Calif., is “considered the first true Eichler home developed in 40 years,” and its real estate brokers and developers, Troy Kudlac and Ross Stout of KUD Properties Inc., managed to sell it the day the listing went up, for the asking price.

The home is 2,539 square feet with an open-space floor plan. It features walnut paneling and a living room with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.

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