The Eichler enclave in Diamonds Heights is home to some of the best examples of developer Joseph Eichler's work in the Bay Area, so learning that 1027 Duncan just sold for $130K above its $1.995M asking price came as no surprise. From a Curbed SF article published in June about the listing:
The four-bed, two-point-five-bath abode changed hands in October for $1.2 million, and since then the owners have taken it through a renovation that was as speedy as it was total. The made-over house has been fitted with bamboo-panel walls and bamboo floors in a contemporary, eco-minded riff on what the home might have looked like when Claude Oakland built it for Eichler in 1961.
Before photos from the property's August 2014 listing
· 1027 Duncan Street (2014 Listing) [Redfin]
· How Postwar Icon Joseph Eichler Built a Suburb in the Middle of San Francisco [Curbed SF]
· 1027 Duncan Street [Claudia Siegel]