’Tis a red-letter day in San Francisco when a rare midcentury home lands on the market. And today, care of a circa-1964 Eichler in Diamond Heights, is that day.
Featuring four beds, two and a half baths, and 1,884 square feet, 49 Cameo Way comes with all of the Eichlerian trappings we’ve come to love—floor-to-ceiling windows, wood plank ceiling with exposed beams and globe light fixtures, and more.
It also boasts a center courtyard and a backyard with sloping garden. The rooms are also spread across one floor with one space getting its own separate wing. (Alas, no sweeping vistas here.)
A stunning specimen. Asking is $1,699,000.
- 49 Cameo Way [Marsha Williams/Alain Pinel Realtors]
- How Postwar Icon Joseph Eichler Built a Suburb in the Middle of SF [Curbed SF]