Walnut Creek Eichler Homes
For the Modernist who is particularly fond of the clean, contemporary style of homes built by Joseph Eichler, Walnut Creek, which has the largest Eichler neighborhood in the East Bay, is a great place to start the search for the perfect Eichler home.
Walnut Creek's Eichler homes are in Rancho San Miguel, a mid-century neighborhood developed by Joseph Eichler and Jordan & Reed in the 1950s and ‘60s. A subdivision of more than 500 mid-century homes, 375 of which are Eichlers, Rancho San Miguel is a friendly, close-knit community with neighborhood activities scheduled throughout the year and an Eichler-built swim club which serves as a social hub. Most of the Eichler homes in Rancho San Miguel have retained their traditional Eichler exterior, although many have been modernized on the inside to include central air-conditioning and heat, keeping the mid-century character of the neighborhood alive while offering the comforts of modern living.
Learn more about Eichler homes in Walnut Creek, California.
Eichlers for Sale in Walnut Creek
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256 San Antonio Way, WALNUT CREEK CA 94598
256 San Antonio Way,
WALNUT CREEK CA 94598
137 Los Altos Avenue, WALNUT CREEK CA 94598
137 Los Altos Avenue,
WALNUT CREEK CA 94598
33 Acorn Court, WALNUT CREEK CA 94595
33 Acorn Court,
WALNUT CREEK CA 94595
Centrally located in Contra Costa County, Walnut Creek is connected to the rest of the Bay Area by BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), I-680 which travels north to south, and Highway 24 which heads west to Oakland and San Francisco, making commuting simple and convenient. A neighborhood shopping center keeps everyday life in Rancho San Miguel uncomplicated, while Walnut Creek's downtown area is filled with upscale shops and restaurants.
The East Bay is sometimes overlooked by house-hunters in search of a piece of the mid-century Eichler lifestyle. Many assume that the Peninsula and Marin County are the best hunting grounds for Eichler homes. However, with Eichler communities in Walnut Creek, Castro Valley, Oakland, and Concord, the East Bay is well represented in the Eichler community. If you are looking for a home with a bright, spacious feel and sleek lines, come to the East Bay and take a look at the Eichler homes in Walnut Creek.
Contact the East Bay Modern Team for knowledgeable and experienced representation when selling or buying an Eichler homes in the East Bay. If you are an Eichler homeowner curious about the current market value for your home, visit www.EichlerCMA.com.