Top 10 Mid-Century Modern Homes Sold in San Francisco
The 10 best San Francisco Mid-Century Modern homes sold in 2017
2017 was a great year for mid-century modern homes in San Francisco. Take a look at my 10 favorite mid-century properties that sold in this past year. I included a nice mix of single family homes, condos, remodeled properties and fixer uppers. Which is your favorite? Please feel free to comment below.
4 Beds, 2.5 Baths
Listing Price: $2,195,000 - Selling Price: $2,200,000
Built in 1962, this rare turnkey mid-century modern Eichler home has been transformed into a modern masterpiece. For this reason alone, this modern house takes the #1 position. The indoor/outdoor flow of this house makes you feel like you're vacationing in Palm Springs and for this reason, mid-century enthusiasts vote this best architecture in San Francisco.
#2. 49 Cameo Way - Diamond Heights
4 Beds, 2.5 Baths @ 1,884 Sqft
Listing Price: $1,699,000 - Selling Price: $2,100,000
Mid-century modern homes do not have to be 100% renovated and updated. The reason we love this style of architecture is for the original post & beam ceilings, walls of glass and indoor/outdoor lifestyle the home provides. This is a perfect example of modernism that has been untouched and I love it.
#3. 1 Miguel Street - Glen Park
3 Beds, 2.5 Baths @ 2,040 Sqft
Listing Price: $1,675,000 - Selling Price: $2,600,000
Mid-century masterpiece perched amongst coastal cypress and redwood trees with sweeping views of downtown SF, Bay Bridge, the Bay, and beyond. A highly unique zen garden with mature plants transform the outdoor space into a private retreat. The modern furniture staging is fantastic.
#4. 125 Presidio Avenue - Presidio Heights
6 Beds, 3.5 Baths @ 4,700 Sqft
Listing Price: $6,750,000 - Selling Price: $6,100,000
Located in the highly coveted neighborhood of Presidio Heights, this 1950's modern home has an abundance of space at 6 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The property has been updated to 21st century living with an open floor plan and tons of natural light.
#5. 201 Amber Drive - Diamond Heights
3 Beds, 2.25 Baths @ 1,465 Sqft
Listing Price: $1,350,000 - Selling Price: $1,550,000
This is one of the many Eichler homes noticed on the 2017 list! Joseph Leopold Eichler was a 20th-century post-war American real estate developer known for developing distinctive residential subdivisions of Mid-Century modern style tract housing in California. Why don't developers make modern tract housing anymore in California?
#6. 56 Encanto Avenue - Anza Vista
4 Beds, 2 Baths @ 2,550 Sqft
Listing Price: $1,998,000 - Selling Price: $2,535,000
This property is on the list for its unique interior courtyards, downtown views and true mid-century character.
#7. 999 Green Street, Unit 1704 - Russian Hill
2 Beds, 2 Baths @ 1,681 Sqft
Listing Price: $2,599,000 - Selling Price: $2,595,000
Eichler designed only a handful of residential condos in his lifetime. The Summit, as it's properly named, sits atop the peak of Russian Hill with arguably some of the best views of the Downtown San Francisco skyline, Bay Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. Take a look at Unit #2604 here.
5 Beds, 5.5 Baths @ 3,905 Sqft
Listing Price: $3,500,000 - Selling Price: $3,535,000
Mid-century modern authenticity at its finest! I love how the owners kept the original mid-century style, layout, charm and details. This is one house that does not need to "open up a wall" or "remove this or that". Hopefully the buyers of this house restore it to its full original modern potential.
#9. 190 Amber Drive - Diamond Heights
4 Beds, 2.5 Baths @ 2,534 Sqft
Listing Price: $1,795,000 - Selling Price: $2,450,000
Where are the best mid-century modern homes in San Francisco? Diamond Heights. Diamond Heights is the king of the hill when it comes to finding the best mid-century homes in San Francisco. Glen Park clocks in at a close 2nd place.
#10. 60 Laidley Street - Glen Park
3 Beds, 1.5 Baths
Listing Price: $1,695,000 - Selling Price: $1,862,500
Covered in built-ins, wood paneling and dark hardwood flooring, this mid-century takes the 10 spot of this 2017 list. The wooden beam ceiling and brick fireplace make this house a real class act mid-century modern home.