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Welcome to your local Marin County modern home and Marin County real estate resource. Marin County has the largest concentration of Eichler homes throughout all of California. While a handful of custom-built Eichler and Eichler-inspired properties can be found in several towns across Marin and San Francisco's North Bay, the largest concentration of these mid-century modern homes can be found in San Rafael, San Anselmo, and Mill Valley. For more information on Marin County, California architecturally unique properties by Joseph Eichler for sale or to schedule a private Eichler home tour, contact your Marin County real estate experts today!

Eichler Real Estate For Sale in Marin County, CA

Marin County Eichler Real Estate Statistics October 22, 2021
3
Listed
10
Avg. DOM
$850.92
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,450,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
Open 10/23
785 Appleberry Drive San Rafael, CA 94903
4
Beds
2
Baths
1,697
Sq.Ft.
1958
Year Built
1
Day on Site
321099996
MLS
Just in time for the holidays, move right into this updated Atrium model Eichler home in Lower Lucas Valley. Spend your days relaxing in the living room by the wood burning fireplace and look through...
Open 10/24
568 Whitewood Drive San Rafael, CA 94903
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,545
Sq.Ft.
1954
Year Built
14
Days on Site
321097411
MLS
Mid Century Modern Alliance built home in the award winning Miller Creek School District! 568 Whitewood Drive has been very well cared for and features a converted garage that is currently set up as...
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,016
Sq.Ft.
1963
Year Built
17
Days on Site
321095812
MLS
Stunning Upper Lucas Valley Eichler. Impeccable remodel showcasing what is best in California living. Open floor plan with easy flow from room to room. Walls of glass create a seamless integration of...

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Marin County Eichler Real Estate Market

A total of 6 major Joseph Eichler developments are located in Marin County, California. These developments and neighborhoods include:

  • Terra Linda Eichler Neighborhood built from 1955 - 1961 in San Rafael.
  • Terra Linda Valley Eichler Neighborhood built from 1958 - 1960.
  • Upper Lucas Valley Eichler Neighborhood built from 1962-1966.
  • Lower Lucas Valley Eichler Neighborhood (known as Marinwood) built from 1957-1958 in San Rafael.
  • San Anselmo Eichler neighborhood built in 1965.
  • Mill Valley Eichler development located at Strawberry Point, built in 1965.

In addition to these distinct Marin Eichler neighborhoods, there are also a handful of custom-built Eichler homes in Marin, including select Eichler properties in Kentfield, Peakock Gap / San Rafael and waterfront Eichler homes located on the Tiburon Lagoon. The architects and architectural firms that helped design these Marin County Eichler homes included Jones & Emmons, Anshen & Allen, as well as Claude Oakland.

Marin County Eichler Real Estate Agents

Looking to tour a property with mid-century modern architecture in Marin County? Allow our real estate professionals to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Marin County Eichler real estate. As local real estate experts, we're well-versed in the particular market dynamics of Marin County Eichler properties. We're ready to work with you today!

Contact Bay Area Modern to learn more about buyer and seller representation for Marin County real estate. Visit our comparative market analysis page to receive a free Eichler property value estimate in Marin County within minutes.

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