It was in the early 1960’s that Joseph Eichler first tried his hand at large-scale urban development (which might have been his company’s undoing). And it was in 1962 that 1005 Duncan first came to be as part of an Eichler Homes development up in Diamond Heights (under the watchful eye of architect Claude Oakland).
Yes, this is right around the corner from 7 Cameo. And yes, pieces of this home look to have been (perhaps unfortunately) “modernized.”
∙ Listing: 1005 Duncan (4/2.5) – $1,238,000 [MLS] [1005duncan.com]
∙ Word Up! (A Reader Recommends 7 Cameo Way) [SocketSite]