The famed developer created affordable midcentury-modern designs smack dab in the heart of the city.
This delightful midcentury home now features a modern take on the sparse 1950s style.
Circa-1963 midcentury designed by A. Quincy Jones.
Circa-1965 home has barely been touched over the years.
While, indeed, this circa-1965 Eichler in San Rafael took a ride on the renovation rollercoaster, the results are anything but antiseptic or boring.
Comes with floating staircase and indoor terrarium.
1959 midcentury-modern gem comes with atrium.
New Spanish-style homes in Eichler neighborhoods have "sparked outrage."
Unlike Palo Alto specimens, the Eichler models in San Rafael are, for many, the preferable midcentury model care of the noted developer.
Sequoyah Hills home dives deep into its midcentury roots.
Vintage home appears rough around the edges, but still premium priced as it preserves some circa 1958 eccentricities.
A homey dilemma: Which of these two Eichlers, separated by only a year and not so many miles, best represents the celebrated developer’s signature?
A home that is both sensible and spectacular: the A. Quincy Jones formula to a T.