Last August, the minty green Eichler at 1027 Duncan Street in Diamond Heights, San Francisco's "Eichler 'hood", listed for $1.299 million to little fanfare. Just four grainy photos accompanied the listing, betraying little more than some curtained windows and a kitchen in need of updating. The four-bed, two-point-five-bath abode changed hands in October for $1.2 million, and since then the owners have taken it through a renovation that was as speedy as it was total. The made-over house has been fitted with bamboo-panel walls and bamboo floors in a contemporary, eco-minded riff on what the home might have looked like when Claude Oakland built it for Eichler in 1961.
Head to Curbed SF for the startling before and after photos. >>