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One of the Oakland Hills’ best-kept secrets is a small enclave of Eichler homes in the Oakland community called Sequoyah Hills. Designed by both Claude Oakland & Associates and Jones & Emmons, and built by Joseph Eichler, these Mid-Century Modern homes capture the carefree indoor/outdoor California lifestyle with quintessential Eichler flair.
Sometimes referred to as the “Lost Eichlers of the Oakland Hills”, the Sequoyah Hills Eichler homes embrace the clean, modern aesthetic that helps make Eichlers so popular with Modernists. With the traditional Eichler blank street facades; flat, or slightly pitched roofs; open floor plans; atriums; and vast glass walls that blur the line between indoor and outdoor spaces, these homes offer residents maximum privacy while maintaining a sense of freedom and openness. Relatively large lots and underground utilities provide the Sequoyah Hills Eichler homes with unobstructed views of the surrounding hillsides in a simple, uncluttered setting.
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Sequoya Hills Eichlers for Sale in Oakland
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Surrounded by open spaces and regional parks, and only minutes from downtown Oakland, the Sequoyah Hills Eichler neighborhood is in a perfect location for work and play. San Francisco and other Bay Area locations are easily accessed via surface roads or public transportation, while the Sequoyah Country Club, Lake Chabot Municipal Golf Course, and Knowland State Arboretum and Park are just a few miles away.
If you are a discriminating homebuyer looking for a sleek, mid-century modern Eichler home in the Bay Area, take a look at what the East Bay has to offer. In addition to the “Lost Eichlers of the Oakland Hills”, you’ll find Eichler neighborhoods in Castro Valley, Walnut Creek, and Concord. Finding the perfect East Bay Eichler home for sale may take a little time and patience, but, for many, the reward of living in an elegantly designed Eichler is well worth the effort.
Eichler Neighborhoods in the East Bay