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Heavenly Eichler home with striking curb appeal in Concord’s fabulous Rancho Del Diablo neighborhood. Designed by renowned mid-century modern architect Claude Oakland, this 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom single level masterpiece is one of the most popular and functional Eichler designs for its style and utility with additional hobby/laundry room, large 2 car attached garage, and everyone’s favorite open air atrium for true indoor/outdoor living.
Built in 1963 during the heyday of Eichler homes, this is just the second time 4130 Wilson Lane has ever been on the market. Incredible unaltered floor plan with plenty of the original Eichler features that define the era and please the purist; including a dozen original globe lights, exterior lighting, all the original mahogany paneling intact and in very good condition, unpainted doors with original hardware, and original cabinetry in the kitchen and baths.
Magical & meticulous outdoor oasis that’s truly ideal for entertaining and relaxing with family and friends. Designated areas of grass, gravel and hardscape that compliment the lines of the rear facade and define the Eichler spirit of bringing the outdoors in. There’s programmable irrigation, mostly newer fences, accent lighting, and side yards large enough for BBQs and gardening.
Other features and system upgrades include a newer insulated foam roof with transferable warranty, radiant heating with copper lines and high efficiency boiler, updated electrical including main breaker and sub-panel, 3 individually controlled Fujitsu mini split HVAC systems, and a wood burning brick fireplace in excellent condition.
With a population greater than 120,000, and a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station offering commuting options to Oakland and San Francisco, Concord is a bustling city in Contra Costa County. Homes include those built in Craftsman, traditional, and contemporary styles. Shopping is plentiful, with three major shopping districts. Downtown Concord, near Todos Santos Plaza, offers a vibrant mix of dining and retail in the historic area. Concord Pavilion's open, grassy amphitheater hosts popular bands and artists. A summer series of music events brings local artists to the farmers' market downtown, now in its second decade at Todos Santos Plaza. Concord places a big emphasis on family, and the city offers plenty of parks and open space, as well as kid-friendly events like KidFest, Dalis Garden Fall Fest and Craft Fair, and Halloween contests. Concord is not far from Mount Diablo and its extensive network of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. The popular Iron Horse Trail, which connects Concord and Dublin, is a great place to go for a walk or bike ride.