How often do you hear something old is suddenly new?  Well that's the case in a new listing we are taking in Cherry Chase area of Sunnyvale.  It is a home which has been completely rebuilt including the foundation, but with one major exception.  It was built to the building codes and standards of the year 2000.  Which makes it a Y2K baby!

It is a double gabled Atrium Eichler located on a private cul-de-sac and is a spacious 2177 sq. ft. on a 7532 sq. ft. lot.  Following a fire, the home was raised and was completely rebuilt including a new concrete foundation, with inlayed state of the art radiant heating system.  Green Meadow Architects of Palo Alto, enhanded the original 1962 A. Quincy Jones Architectural plans for Seismic Safety, energy efficiency, and modern conveniences.  This home was even showcased in the July/August edition of "This Old House" and Winter edition 2006 of "CA Modern".  

This home was lovingly recreated with attention to every detail found in the original Eichler, but enhanced with more exotic woods, custom made grass soji doors, italian porcelain floors, etc.  In addition, all the windows and doors are double pane.  State of the art custom kitchen cabinets engineered with African Hardwoods, is a gourmet's delight with granite counters, breakfast bar, and contemporary stainless steel appliances.  There is a fire protection system, skylights, custom lighting fixtures and lots more.  Will be on Open house on Jun 21,22 from 1-4 pm.  Call us for a private showing 408 730-2410