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Terra Linda Eichler Homes & Real Estate

View today's hottest Terra Linda Eichler homes for sale and real estate in San Rafael below! With four distinct neighborhoods of homes built by midcentury modern real estate developer Joseph Eichler, San Rafael is a great place for Marin homebuyers who appreciate the clean, simple lines presented by an Eichler home to begin their search. Upper Lucas Valley and Lower Lucas Valley feature two communities of almost 800 Eichlers, while the Terra Linda area of San Rafael has two Eichler tracts totaling almost 850 Eichler homes. To request up-to-date information about Eichler real estate on the market in Terra Linda, California or to arrange a private showing, contact your Terra Linda real estate experts today. Read more about Terra Linda Eichler homes.

Eichler Homes For Sale in Terra Linda, CA

Terra Linda Eichler Real Estate Statistics October 22, 2021
1
Listed
13
Avg. DOM
$708.74
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,095,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
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...

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Terra Linda Eichler Housing Market

Terra Linda North was Joseph Eichler's first foray into Marin, where he built what is the largest Eichler development in the county. Constructed in the mid to late 1950s and early 1960s, Terra Linda North stretches east to west between Manuel Freitas Parkway and Las Colindas Road. Most of the approximately 625 homes Eichler built in Terra Linda North are the classic, post-and-beam, one-story homes that come to mind when one thinks "Eichler." However, there is a small cluster of atypical two-story Eichlers around Las Ovejas Avenue and Beechnut Court.

Terra Linda South is a smaller Eichler community just south of Nova Albion Way, and includes Eichler homes along Devon Drive and Golden Hinde Boulevard, as well as a portion of Nova Albion Way and some small side streets off Golden Hinde. These Terra Linda Eichlers, designed by Anshen + Allen and Jones & Emmons in the late 1950s, include both the popular four-bedroom atrium model and a three-bedroom model with a courtyard.

Eichler homes have stood the test of time. Modern homeowners find them as fresh and relevant today as they were over fifty years ago when Joseph Eichler first started building affordable housing with a contemporary, California style. If you are in the market for an Eichler home in Marin County, come to San Rafael and take a look at what Terra Linda Eichlers have to offer.

Terra Linda Eichler Real Estate Agents

Planning to purchase a truly unique Eichler home in Terra Linda? Let our real estate team guide you through the sale of your current Eichler home or the purchase of your next Terra Linda mid-century modern property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the Eichler real estate market in Terra Linda. 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 Terra Linda Eichler home? View our comparative market analysis page to receive a free Terra Linda property value analysis for your mid-century Eichler house within moments.

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