In honor of our new stunning mid-century listing at 7530 Terrace Drive in El Cerrito, we'd like to highlight some of our favorite mid-century homes we have listed over the years, beginning with our on-market beauty! Read more about these homes + watch their property tour videos in our mid-century guide on our IG page ✨
7530 Terrace Drive, El Cerrito
An architectural dream! This exquisite home is believed to have been designed by the notable modernist Paul Hammarberg, one of the Bay Area’s most successful mid-century modern architects. Hammarberg is known for his signature transom vents situated above the picture windows.
2127 Marin Avenue, Berkeley
2717 Marin was built in 1956 by the acclaimed architect Hans Ostwald in his signature style. Consistent with Ostwald’s aesthetic, the house was designed with glass‑filled walls, open spaces, exposed redwood, and copper stripping between the unpainted wood panels.
849 Arlington Boulevard, El Cerrito
Nestled on the downhill side of Arlington Boulevard in the El Cerrito Hills, sits this mid‑century view home designed by Lyman Conrad Jee in 1958.
2249 Tamalpais Avenue, El Cerrito
Views, views, views! This spacious El Cerrito Hills mid‑century features panoramic views and is graciously set back from the street with a professionally landscaped front garden.
7617 Potrero Avenue, El Cerrito
This mid‑century in the El Cerrito Hills has been stunningly updated with a spectacular eye for detail. Floor‑to‑ceiling windows cover the entire west side of the house, and continue the indoor and outdoor connection that is characteristic of mid‑century architecture.
2660 Tamalpais Avenue, El Cerrito
The epitome of mid‑century modern, this “U” shaped home wraps around its beautiful courtyard garden and exudes style and beauty from every corner. Level‑in, single story home with expansive views of the Bay, Mount Tamalpais, and San Francisco.