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1959 Oakland midcentury home asks $1.1 million

Built by Case Study House architect Beverley "David" Thorne

Photos by Open Homes Photography

Ideal for those who like indoor-outdoor living, this Eichler-esque midcentury home in Oakland offers an unusual, unique lifestyle up in the hills.

Hidden from the street, the house features a wide horizontal layout that falls down the hillside, with several "planes" to accommodate parking and living. The most prominent eye-catcher is the covered breezeway that also acts as an entertaining space.

Coming in at five beds, two baths, and 2,187 square feet, 6624 Saroni features floor-to-ceiling and clerestory windows, exposed beams, and a raised hearth fireplace.

Built by Case Study House architect Beverley "David" Thorne, the mind behind the Harrison House, it lands on the market for the first time in 55 years, asking $1,100,000.