Joseph Eichler's mid-century Modern tract-style homes are sprinkled throughout California, with a heavy presence in the Bay Area. In fact, there's a slew located right here in San Francisco. Built between 1962 and 1964 under the guidance of architect Claude Oakland, Eichler Homes constructed approximately 100 single-family homes in Diamond Heights. Eicher distanced himself from his trademark one-story, post-and-beam ranch style home design, and instead created seven floor plans for the neighborhood that are either two-story or split-level homes. The homes rarely come on the market, so we were pleased as punch when 25 Cameo came onto the market this week asking $1.425M. The 4-bed, 2-5-bath, 1,935-square-foot abode has been fully restored to "embody the spirit of the original mid-century design." Immediately upon entering you see signature Eichler style: floor-to-ceiling glass windows that blur the boundaries between outdoor and in; tiny but distinct outdoor spaces; an atrium. In 2012 the home was bank-owned and sold for $705K. The attached garage can fit one car.
· Diamond Heights Eichler Homes [Eichler for Sale]
· Get Your Very Own Eichler In Diamond Heights [Curbed SF]
· 25 Cameo [Redfin]