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gamalski

I'm not a very envious person until I see these beautiful mid century homes.... Palm Springs has many wonderful Wexlers, Eichlers etc...... sigh, in my next life perhaps

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I can't imagine much those houses would cost to build and how much each is valued in the market. Definitely worth a fortune each.

   
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L. B.

I've always loved Eichler homes, and when they were first being built, they were designed for low income people. However, they are now out of reach for most people due to their high prices ($800,000 to over $1,000,000!). And, they are designed for warm climates due to the indoor outdoor decor, and all of the windows throughout them. And, I don't live in a state that is warm all year round-so no Eichlers here. These are really beautiful homes, and if I could afford one, I would buy one.

   
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