Eichler homes in Denver and more Flickr awesomeness!

Just when you thought you knew everything (ha, ha – reference to my other blog!), I find an entire neighborhood of Eichler homes right here in Denver: Krisana Park. I might drive over there and check it out, they only have one picture on their site.

So, this is one totally cool house:
check out the rest of the pictures (including the one above) posted to the 50’s interior design and residential architecture group I have on Flickr – these particular ones are posted from “roadsidepictures“! Very cool!

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