Nature inspired this spectacular midcentury Oakland hillside home, designed in 1965 by architect Leon Meyer. Meyer, described as the “King of the Round House” by Eichler Network, used a bold M-shaped roofline, soaring ceilings, walls of glass, and large, floating balconies to create indoor-outdoor connections. Warm horizontal wood paneling and open beams maintain the home’s midcentury design, while the kitchen and master suite bathroom have been remodeled for today’s modern lifestyle. An open floorplan creates a comfortable flow from the spacious living room to the dining room and out to a large level patio, with terraces leading up to an upper gazebo. A detached cottage off the patio offers a quiet space for Zoom meetings or yoga workouts. While the home feels detached from the city, it is just steps from old railroad trail and 5-minute stroll to Shepherd Canyon or Montclair Village and its boutique shops and restaurants.
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