This midcentury gem comes with curb appeal in spades—plus an extra-large master bedroom suite.

4007 Salem Street has just over 2,000 square feet of living space and plenty of curb appeal.

Set in the Rancho de los Santos neighborhood of Concord, California, this Claude Oakland–designed 1965 residence has almost everything you could ask for in an Eichler. The charming 2,033-square-foot home has a bright yellow front door, an open-sky atrium, floor-to-ceiling glass walls, globe pendants, original mahogany walls, and a stunning tongue-and-groove wood ceiling.

4007 Salem Street has just over 2,000 square feet of living space and plenty of curb appeal.

4007 Salem Street has just over 2,000 square feet of living space and plenty of curb appeal. 

Photos by Open Homes Photography Inc.

Perfectly suited for indoor/outdoor living, the home features an open-plan living space with sliding glass doors that lead from the dining area to the outdoor patio. The kitchen straddles the space between a living/dining area and an additional sitting room that opens to the atrium. Down the hall, there are four bedrooms—including an enlarged master suite with a sunny sitting area and a set of sliding glass doors that lead out to the garden. Scroll ahead for a peek inside.



The lush glass-enclosed atrium greets you directly upon entering the home. A sliding roof shelters the space from the elements.

The lush glass-enclosed atrium greets you directly upon entering the home. A sliding roof shelters the space from the elements.

Photos by Open Homes Photography Inc.

The open-plan living space is filled with natural light from the atrium and a full-height glass wall.

The open-plan living space is filled with natural light from the atrium and a full-height glass wall. 

Photos by Open Homes Photography Inc.

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