Luther, Ron wrote: > Actually they still seem pretty cool! ;-) > > Cool enough to have a following keeping track of them: > http://www.eichlernetwork.com/forsale.html#sunnyvale heh. They are. You have to be inside one to realize how radically different the feeling is, because of the amount and placement of glass, and the open design. Typically, the living and dining rooms and kitchen are clustered but separated by a freestanding wall that goes only part way to the peaked ceiling, which has exposed beams; light and sound are gently shared within that communal space. Compared to the standard tract home (then or now) it's a revelation; a spectacular example of highlighting space, rather than boxing it up into cave-like warrens. > It *is* Cali though, so the $900k for less than 2000 sq ft > may strike _some_ of us as being a tad beyond middle-class. Frighteningly, in the Bay Area, that *is* middle-class :-/ > Why you you _old_ person you!! ;-P Eh, what's that, sonny?? :-) -- Hassan Schroeder ----------------------------- hassan at webtuitive.com Webtuitive Design === (+1) 408-938-0567 === http://webtuitive.com opinion: webtuitive.blogspot.com dream. code.