A timeless example of Joseph Esherick’s people-friendly Midcentury design, this striking residence has been impeccably preserved since its construction in the 1960s. The American Institute of Architects gold medal recipient held that buildings should be designed “from the inside-out,” giving precedence to concerns such as views and light. Accordingly, the interiors of this four-bedroom home have an airy livability and dazzling vistas of the San Francisco Bay. The living area consists of two luminous spaces, one on each level, linked by a sculptural spiral stairway. The master suite is enclosed by Esherick’s signature sliding walls of glass, which allow light and views to hold sway.