Featuring two beds, two baths, and 1,681 square feet, this gem of an abode comes with all of the midcentury trimming you would expect—floor-to-ceiling windows, wraparound balcony, and a stunning facade.
But this place has also been renovated with an unabashedly contemporary touch over the last decade. The Calacatta marble counters and eat-in kitchen all look terribly sleek. Perhaps too sleek for some, for those with an eye gazing in the past.
No matter, it’s still a rare treat—an Eichler in San Francisco.
HOAs come to $1,862. Asking is $2,599,000.
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