Greenbrae Mid-Century Homes For Sale

View today's hottest Greenbrae modern properties for sale and more real estate in Greenbrae below! Greenbrae's big building boom occurred during the late 1940's through the mid 60's. That doesn't necessarily mean, however, that the place is crawling with mid-century modern residential architecture. Somehow the big modern movement, so popular in many areas of Marin County seems to have bypassed Greenbrae. To request up-to-date information about mid-century real estate on the market in Greenbrae, California or to arrange a private showing, contact your Greenbrae real estate experts today. Read more about Greenbrae modern homes.

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Greenbrae Modern Real Estate Market

Most Greenbrae homes are built on the hillsides to the north of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and feature walls of windows with great bay or valley views. Many of the homes also have the coveted open floor plan that has a kitchen opening up onto the living space. The notable exception to the lack of mid-century modern in Greenbrae are the homes designed by Ed Hageman. Tucked up in the hillsides of Greenbrae, in the quiet areas away from Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, are loads of Hageman ranch-style homes. Ed Hageman earned his designer's stripes through his work with developer Henry Doelger. His work includes rows of houses in San Francisco's Sunset District (made infamous in folk singer Malvina Reynolds' song "Little Boxes"), the crazily designed Westlake district in Daly City, and casual ranch-style homes in Marin County. Hageman worked on several housing tracts in Marin County, working with developers such as Edward Burgar, as well as individual clients.

Neighborhoods in Greenbrae are well manicured and filled with beautiful oak trees. The area south of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard consists mainly of condos and the Bon Air Shopping Center, while the region to the north is more strictly residential, and as you ascend into the hills, the homes become more impressive. If you are looking to move your family into Greenbrae, you should expect to spend a minimum of $1.1M.

Greenbrae Modern Real Estate Agents

Planning to purchase a truly unique home in Greenbrae? Let our real estate team guide you through the sale of your current home or the purchase of your next Greenbrae mid-century modern property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the modern real estate market in Greenbrae. We're ready to negotiate for you today!

Contact Bay Area Modern to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your Greenbrae modern home? View our comparative market analysis page to receive a free Greenbrae property value analysis for your mid-century house within moments.

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