On the market for the first time in almost 50 years, 109 Amber Drive, located in the Eichler-rich neighborhood of Diamond Heights, has been left more or less as-is for half a century. The post-and-beam home has many of the trappings midcentury fans love: exposed beams, paneled ceiling (not yet painted), and floor-to-ceiling windows.
However nice this circa-1965 home is—featuring three beds, two baths, and 1,420 square feet—it does need a dose of TLC. For example, the kitchen needs an overhaul and the flooring would benefit from a major revamp. But the bones are there, and they’re gorgeous.
It even comes with a balcony. And that facade, though not popular in these stark white times, is downright teal-rific.
Asking is $1,129,000.
- 109 Amber Drive [Jack Bernstine, Zephyr Real Estate]