The first is an expanded 1950s Joseph Eichler home.
The inside features an angled ceiling, beams and plenty of windows, not to mention some classic mid-century furnishings and lighting.
The dining area boasts a beautiful 1950s teak dining table and chairs; the light fixture is a Nelson saucer pendant.
The next house is a dramatic Eichler remodel with an amazing courtyard. I really like how this house is furnished.
Lastly, a 1962 custom-built home designed by architect A. Quincy Jones and built by Eichler. A trademark of this type of home is a flat roof contrasted by sharply pitched gable and wide eaves. Atriums -- a favorite feature of mine -- are also commonly used. This house is one of my favorites, including how it is decorated -- and the location is amazing. I could move right in!