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Real estate developer Joseph Eichler brought midcentury modern design to the masses by building some 11,000 tract homes between 1949 and 1966.
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An Eye-Catching Eichler Home in Southern California Lists for $1.1M
The lofty atrium of this Claude Oakland–designed residence in Orange County floods the interiors with natural light.
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Before & After: An Eichler Swaps a Chopped-Up Layout for Connected, Colorful Spaces
Without adding square footage, Re:modern enlivens and streamlines a jumbled 1959 Eichler in Northern California.
A Sunny, Updated Eichler in Oakland Just Listed for $1.3M
Oakland’s Sequoyah Hills neighborhood holds the city’s only Eichler tract—and it’s one of the smallest in the Bay Area.
The Unsung Story of Eichler Homes and How They Helped Integrate American Neighborhoods
Joseph Eichler not only defined the middle-class home of the midcentury period, but also worked to dismantle racist housing policies.
A Sunny Super Eichler With a Backyard Pool Lists for $1.7M
Bright turquoise doors lead to the sun-filled atrium of this midcentury stunner.
Before & After: A Faded Eichler in San Mateo Gets a Glow Up
A remodel opens up the floor plan and preserves the key characteristics of a tired Eichler.
A Bay Area Renovation Reveals a (Practically) Brand New Eichler
Asking $1.9M, the sunny home features a 1,000-square-foot great room grounded by a masonry block fireplace.
Before & After: Another A. Quincy Jones Eichler Is Returned to its Former Glory in Oakland
A designer couple restored and are now ready to part ways with this midcentury home for $1.55M.
A Double-A, Bay Area Eichler Just Listed for $900K
Two A-frames and an airy atrium define this coveted midcentury classic by A. Quincy Jones.
A Tree Grows Right Through the Roof of This Radically Updated Eichler
A power couple in the tech world create the home of their dreams—with barely a gadget in sight.
A Restored North Bay Eichler With Classic Midcentury Details Asks $1.4M
Full of signature Eichler details, the 1958 residence offers sleek style after a top-to-bottom renovation.
A Radiant Bay Area Eichler With a Bright Yellow Door Asks $875K
This midcentury gem comes with curb appeal in spades—plus an extra-large master bedroom suite.
A Silicon Valley Eichler Becomes a Cheery Hub Where Dozens Can Gather
“It’s the new French embassy,” jokes architect Mary Maydan, who turned a previously botched Eichler into a home that’s as warm and welcoming as its social residents.
The 10 Most Coveted Eichler Homes of 2019
Embodying breezy, California living, these Eichler homes for sale were in hot demand.
One of Three East Coast Eichlers in Existence Just Hit The Market for $575K
Built by famed California developer Joseph Eichler in 1962, the newly revamped home was recently featured in a sci-fi film starring Colin Farrell.
A Glowing Eichler Home in San Francisco Asks $2.15M
Built in 1962, this superb Eichler one-story in San Francisco's Diamond Heights neighborhood prioritizes indoor/outdoor living.
What Are Eichler Homes and Why Do People Love Them?
If it's oozing with California midcentury-modern design—complete with wood paneling, gabled ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling glazed walls—it just might be an Eichler home.
This Eichler Home in California Mixes Scandinavian Vibes With Midcentury Charm
In the heart of Silicon Valley, a 2,121-square-foot Eichler home oozes with midcentury charm and sophistication after a thoughtful renovation.
Eichler Remodel in Burlingame, California
After commissioning Klopf Architecture to design an addition to their ranch-style property more than 10 years ago, a Burlingame, California, couple with three children started...
16 Renovated Eichlers That Epitomize Midcentury California Cool
From 1949 to 1966, prolific real estate developer Joseph Eichler collaborated with renowned architects to build some 11,000 of his trademark tract houses across the San Francisco...
Sunny Renovation of an Eichler Great Room
Two tech professionals living in an early 1970s Eichler home in Silicon Valley desired a more open space for their young kids to play.