Take a step back in time when a home was more than just a living space, but rather an architectural expression of design and creativity. This truly spectacular 4 bedroom, 2 bath Eichler home with phenomenal panoramic views of the SF Bay exemplifies this philosophy and truly captures the spirit of the mid-century modern era. Enter through the large open atrium and continue to the signature great room with cathedral ceilings and brick wood-burning fireplace. Rare original highlights remain intact and in good condition throughout the home, including mahogany walls, globe lights, closet doors, cabinets, and unpainted ceilings. Other features include a large 2-car attached garage with automatic doors, utility room with washer & dryer, updated boiler and water heater, wall furnace, gas stove, and more. Designed by architect Claude Oakland, this home is a wonderful opportunity to own a historically significant Eichler with incredible detail and potential.
Plan on spending many days and evenings outside surrounded by awe-inspiring views of the San Francisco Bay. Enjoy the sunset, stargaze, and entertain friends and family in your amazing outdoor space including newly lined crystal-clear pool, low maintenance landscaping, and plenty of room on the patio.
Sequoyah / Chabot
The Sequoyah Hills Eichler community is one of the smallest Eichler developments with some of the most unique and coveted models in all of the Bay Area. Located just off the 580 and Keller in the city of Oakland, Sequoyah Hills is conveniently located to downtown with easy access to San Francisco, Emeryville, and other communities throughout the Bay.
Chabot Park is all about access to open space: the views, the parks, the miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Chabot Park is home of the 525 acre Oakland zoo featuring 600 native and exotic animals including a rain forest and African savannah. The zoo also has a ride area that features a train that circles the park. The zoo is host to events all year round including overnight tours, a wildlife theater and zoo lights during the holidays.
Dunsmuir House is a 37-room Neoclassical Revival mansion built in 1889 that offers historical tours, and rentals for weddings, corporate and special events. The 50-acre grounds are open year round free of charge for picnicking and hiking. Friends of Knowland Park are actively engaged in protecting the spectacular scenic open space preserve, which offers panoramic views of the bay and the San Francisco skyline.
The Sequoyah Hills neighborhood is off the beaten path yet conveniently located to everything the Bay Area has to offer.