According to her site, between 1950 and 1974, Joseph Eichler partnered with some of the most progressive and well respected architects and architectural firms (including Anshen + Allen, A. Quincy Jones, Claude Oakland and Raphael Soriano) to build more than 11,000 modernist Eichler homes. All are easily recognizable by their open floorplans and floor-to-ceiling glass which help blur the line between indoor and outdoor living. Check out two Eichler homes Adelman has listed now.
8050 Phaeton Drive in Oakland includes:
- 5 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms,
- Spacious, open and airy Eichler floor plan
- Original details include Eichler globe lights, working radiant heat, tongue and groove ceilings
|8050 Phaeton Drive - Oakland, California|
|8050 Phaeton Drive, Oakland - Close-up of front door and trim|
|8050 Phaeton Drive, Oakland - Back view|
|8050 Phaeton Drive, Oakland - Dining with view to back|
|8050 Phaeton Drive, Oakland - Back yard landscaping|
100 Sunny Oaks in San Rafael features:
- 2 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom main residence with walls of glass throughout
- Detached artist studio
- Amazing views of Mt Tam, wetlands and the rollings hills of San Rafael
|100 Sunny Oaks Drive - San Rafael, California|
|100 Sunny Oaks Drive, San Rafael - Side view|
|100 Sunny Oaks Drive, San Rafael - Dining area|
|100 Sunny Oaks Drive, San Rafael - Living area|
Take a look at these views from the San Rafael home. What a beautiful retreat!
An Eichler and that view? What are the rest of us doing wrong?