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Mapping All the Bay Area Eichler Homes for Sale Right Now

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It's no secret that we like Eichler and follow the comings and goings on the market of homes developed by the midcentury master with a somewhat slavish devotion. In recent weeks, we've seen a pricechopped home in San Rafael, an expensive remodel in Palo Alto, and a quick flip in San Rafael. Now, with the help of local Eichler for Sale, we've put together a map of all 11 of the Eichlers currently on the market in the Bay Area. They range from a townhouse in Santa Clara for $555,000 on up to that fancily redone Palo Alto four-bedroom for $2.299 million. And while some are better preserved than others, each of the houses has something of that irresistible Eichler allure.


· Previous Coverage of Joseph Eichler [Curbed SF]
· Eichlerforsale.com [Official Site]
· A-Frame Eichler with Pool Strips Off $80K in San Rafael [Curbed SF]
· Stunning Remodeled Eichler in Palo Alto Leaves 1950s in the Dust, Asks $2.29M [Curbed SF]
· Eichler Quick Flip in San Rafael Adds $371K in Three Months [Curbed SF]

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300 Mount Shasta Drive, San Rafael

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Asking price: $1.35 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 2,251-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $600
The skinny: Flippers made quick work of this clean, bright Eichler nestled in the hills of San Rafael, after snapping it up just over three months ago for $979K. Now it’s back and sporting a remodel (plus a swift $371K markup), with a new kitchen, new-looking tile, and a sliding roof over the patio. We like nearly everything—except the brokerbabble, which says "If you love L.A., you will love this home."

100 Mount Lyell Drive, San Rafael

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Asking price: $1.345 million
Size: 5-bed, 2-bath, 2,507-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $536
The skinny: The centerpiece of this home is a dramatic courtyard complete with a pool around which the rest of the house is built. There are five bedrooms and a big white brick fireplace in the open living room. The home was purchased for $865K last July and put back on the marked for $1.45 million in October, but has undergone a series of price chops since then.

457 Nova Albion Way, San Rafael

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Asking price: $895,000
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,835-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $488
The skinny: Another San Rafael Eichler, this one has four bedrooms and two bathrooms but is currently rented out to a tenant. It has a huge backyard pool and a kitchen that could probably benefit from some upgrades. There’s more concrete than greenery in the backyard, but we imagine that could be changed with some landscaping updates.

48 Serra Way, San Rafael

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Asking price: $799,000
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,713-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $466
The skinny: Built in 1960, this four-bedroom in San Rafael’s Terra Linda Eichler neighborhood still has much of its original wood paneling. The wood-plank ceilings are painted white, though the fireplace is brick in its natural state. There’s a glass-enclosed atrium complete with indoor plants and greenery in every direction.

2772 San Benito Way, Walnut Creek

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Asking price: $849,000
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,742-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $487
The skinny: The only Eichler currently for sale in the East Bay is this four-bedroom home built in 1958. It has been given some rather atrocious orange and purple hanging lights in the kitchen, but is in otherwise decent shape. The property is on the market for the first time since 1988, when it sold for $188,000.

2134 Edgewood Drive, Palo Alto

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Asking price: $2.299 million
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,652-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,391
The skinny: The most expensive Eichler on the list is, not surprisingly, in Palo Alto. This three-bedroom in the Edgewood Eichler development has been given a modern makeover that includes a fancy entryway, a marble kitchen, and very shiny hardwood floors. The transformation feels like a hybrid between Eichler and highly polished Palo Alto.

709 Seminole Way, Palo Alto

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Asking price: $1.95 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,595-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,223
The skinny: This early Eichler was built in 1954. It has kept its white plank ceilings and 1950s exterior, but some of the choices of fixtures and paint look more early 2000s. Even the front door presents a startling contrast with the rest of the facade.

1159 Maraschino Drive, Sunnyvale

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Asking price: $1.495 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath 1,970-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $759
The skinny: Although the kitchen is modern, this home remains pure Eichler. There’s a double-gabled atrium, light wood ceilings, the usual brick fireplace, and a green backyard.

605 Phil Court, Cupertino

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Asking price: $1.298 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,499-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $866
The skinny: This four-bedroom in Cupertino’s Fairgrove Eichler community is pretty unassuming from the outside. There aren't as many huge windows opening up to the backyard as one would expect in an Eichler, making the space feel closed in and cramped. There are signs of original wood paneling, though, even if the tiling and many other details aren’t totally on point.

2361 Fairgrove Court, San Jose

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Asking price: $1.298 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1618-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $802
The skinny: The facade of this four-bedroom Eichler is a little crazy, with a yellow stripe and door complementing the blue paint. Located in the San Jose neighborhood of Fairglen, the property’s been updated with oak flooring and new bathrooms, as well as a quartz-ified kitchen. Eichler purists will scoff at some of the liberties taken, but we do love the glass-enclosed patio, which is just about perfect.

1113 Pomeroy Avenue, Santa Clara

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Asking price: $555,000
Size: 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,530-square-foot townhouse
Price per square foot: $363
The skinny: The cheapest Eichler on the list, a four-bedroom townhouse, is lacking bells and whistles like a fireplace or an upgraded kitchen. It does, however, boast five skylights and a back patio. The townhouse community, for which there are HOA dues, also includes a pool, clubhouse, and play area.

300 Mount Shasta Drive, San Rafael

Asking price: $1.35 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 2,251-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $600
The skinny: Flippers made quick work of this clean, bright Eichler nestled in the hills of San Rafael, after snapping it up just over three months ago for $979K. Now it’s back and sporting a remodel (plus a swift $371K markup), with a new kitchen, new-looking tile, and a sliding roof over the patio. We like nearly everything—except the brokerbabble, which says "If you love L.A., you will love this home."

100 Mount Lyell Drive, San Rafael

Asking price: $1.345 million
Size: 5-bed, 2-bath, 2,507-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $536
The skinny: The centerpiece of this home is a dramatic courtyard complete with a pool around which the rest of the house is built. There are five bedrooms and a big white brick fireplace in the open living room. The home was purchased for $865K last July and put back on the marked for $1.45 million in October, but has undergone a series of price chops since then.

457 Nova Albion Way, San Rafael

Asking price: $895,000
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,835-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $488
The skinny: Another San Rafael Eichler, this one has four bedrooms and two bathrooms but is currently rented out to a tenant. It has a huge backyard pool and a kitchen that could probably benefit from some upgrades. There’s more concrete than greenery in the backyard, but we imagine that could be changed with some landscaping updates.

48 Serra Way, San Rafael

Asking price: $799,000
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,713-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $466
The skinny: Built in 1960, this four-bedroom in San Rafael’s Terra Linda Eichler neighborhood still has much of its original wood paneling. The wood-plank ceilings are painted white, though the fireplace is brick in its natural state. There’s a glass-enclosed atrium complete with indoor plants and greenery in every direction.

2772 San Benito Way, Walnut Creek

Asking price: $849,000
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,742-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $487
The skinny: The only Eichler currently for sale in the East Bay is this four-bedroom home built in 1958. It has been given some rather atrocious orange and purple hanging lights in the kitchen, but is in otherwise decent shape. The property is on the market for the first time since 1988, when it sold for $188,000.

2134 Edgewood Drive, Palo Alto

Asking price: $2.299 million
Size: 3-bed, 2-bath, 1,652-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,391
The skinny: The most expensive Eichler on the list is, not surprisingly, in Palo Alto. This three-bedroom in the Edgewood Eichler development has been given a modern makeover that includes a fancy entryway, a marble kitchen, and very shiny hardwood floors. The transformation feels like a hybrid between Eichler and highly polished Palo Alto.

709 Seminole Way, Palo Alto

Asking price: $1.95 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,595-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $1,223
The skinny: This early Eichler was built in 1954. It has kept its white plank ceilings and 1950s exterior, but some of the choices of fixtures and paint look more early 2000s. Even the front door presents a startling contrast with the rest of the facade.

1159 Maraschino Drive, Sunnyvale

Asking price: $1.495 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath 1,970-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $759
The skinny: Although the kitchen is modern, this home remains pure Eichler. There’s a double-gabled atrium, light wood ceilings, the usual brick fireplace, and a green backyard.

605 Phil Court, Cupertino

Asking price: $1.298 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1,499-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $866
The skinny: This four-bedroom in Cupertino’s Fairgrove Eichler community is pretty unassuming from the outside. There aren't as many huge windows opening up to the backyard as one would expect in an Eichler, making the space feel closed in and cramped. There are signs of original wood paneling, though, even if the tiling and many other details aren’t totally on point.

2361 Fairgrove Court, San Jose

Asking price: $1.298 million
Size: 4-bed, 2-bath, 1618-square-foot single-family home
Price per square foot: $802
The skinny: The facade of this four-bedroom Eichler is a little crazy, with a yellow stripe and door complementing the blue paint. Located in the San Jose neighborhood of Fairglen, the property’s been updated with oak flooring and new bathrooms, as well as a quartz-ified kitchen. Eichler purists will scoff at some of the liberties taken, but we do love the glass-enclosed patio, which is just about perfect.

1113 Pomeroy Avenue, Santa Clara

Asking price: $555,000
Size: 4-bed, 2.5-bath, 1,530-square-foot townhouse
Price per square foot: $363
The skinny: The cheapest Eichler on the list, a four-bedroom townhouse, is lacking bells and whistles like a fireplace or an upgraded kitchen. It does, however, boast five skylights and a back patio. The townhouse community, for which there are HOA dues, also includes a pool, clubhouse, and play area.