Check Out 2 Beautifully Renovated Eichlers For Sale in San Francisco

Both in San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood, these two exemplary Eichlers are shining examples of the prolific midcentury developer’s work in the Bay Area.

In the 1960s, developer Joseph Eichler was awarded a tract development in Diamond Heights, a newly minted neighborhood in postwar San Francisco that was designed to increase housing supply for the city—and specifically intended as an affordable option for middle-class families. Situated on the hilly streets above Glen Canyon, it was here that Eichler would build 100 architect-designed modern homes for the masses, two of which are now on the market and in fine form.

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