If one understands and appreciates the unique architecture of this home (and tract of homes in Thousand Oaks) then I would suppose it is "worth the price" --- don't expect this one to last long on the market, as there is a pent-up demand of Buyers looking for an Eichler.
Mid-century modern Eichler homes were designed by Claude Oakland. The Center Atrium model brings nature into home environment. Multi-purpose open floorplan. Post-and-beam construction w/natural redwood ceilings. Large private yard backs to open space. Located on cul de sac. - - Eichler homes are from Modernist architecture that has come to be known as California Modern, & typically feature glass walls, post-and-beam construction & open floorplans. Eichler exteriors feature flat or low-sloping roofs, vertical siding & spartan facades with geometric lines. One of Eichler's signature concepts was to Bring the Outside In, achieved via skylights and floor-to-ceiling glass windows looking out on protected gardens, patios, and pools. The homes had numerous unorthodox features, incl. post-and-beam construction, sliding doors and cabinets plus a standard 2nd bathroom. The famous Eichler atrium offers an entrance foyer designed to further advance the concept of integrating indoor/outdoor spaces. I live in an Eichler, so the value is in the feeling you get while enjoying it's unique attributes.