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Nearly intact Eichler, a rare treat for midcentury fans, asks $1.1 million

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Circa-1965 home has barely been touched over the years

Photos courtesy of Zephyr Real Estate

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.