1154 Keeler Avenue, Berkeley
Offered at: $849,000 - SOLD

Walls-of-glass provide dynamic indoor/outdoor flow to the landscaped entertainment patio on the east side of the house and the spectacular Bay and SF views on the west side. All rooms in the home (except bathrooms) have expansive Bridge, Bay or City views.
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100 Parnassus Road, Berkeley
Offered at: $699,500 - SOLD

This BAY VIEW residence was custom designed by Roger Lee for noted concert pianist Jean Gray Hargrove. Alluring lines, gracious angles, soaring ceilings, and expansive rooms distinguish this unique home. It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a bonus room/office and significant square footage.
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781 Balra Drive, El Cerrito
Offered at: $985,000 - SOLD

This is an elegant 10-room architect designed home with an open floor plan and extraordinarily spacious rooms. It is beautifully sited in a secluded cul-de-sac with dramatic Golden Gate Bridge and Bay views and a meandering creek. BART is conveniently nearby. The elementary school is excellent.
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12391 Skyline Blvd., Oakland - SOLD

This architecturally significant iconic MID-CENTURY MODERN home by noted Bay Area architects Ratcliff & Ratcliff is superbly sited on park-like is superbly sited on park-like ONE ACRE grounds in Hillcrest Estates. This estate neighborhood is coveted for its unique combination of retreat like country seclusion, ease of access to SF and airports, and proximity to hiking and equestrian trails. The property is zoned for horses and offers across-the-street access to neighborhood riding trails and the riding/hiking trails of the fabulous East Bay Regional Park system..
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143 Calvert Court, Oakland - SOLD

Designed by noted architect Edward Killingsworth, this home is a masterful work of dramatic open spaces and architectural sculpture. Trees embrace the home through sunlit walls of floor-to-ceiling windows. The extraordinary ten-foot high doors and cabinets elegantly mirror the strong vertical lines of the design theme. The dining room is breathtaking -- an experience of being outdoors amongst the trees. Dramatic living room, library, three bedrooms (including the master suite). This home is a work of art in a park-like setting of privacy and seclusion with glimpses of the bay.
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2970 Shasta Road, Berkeley - SOLD

Architecturally dynamic home designed by reowned architect Francis J. McCarthy. Showcased on the cover of Sunset magazine in 1949.
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40 Tamalpais Road, Berkeley - SOLD

Designed in 1955 by MHL Saunders, this stunning home shows influences of the work of Germano Milono, Cliff May and Case-Study House architects Campbell & Wong. The floor plan is open. The design focuses on bringing the outdoors inside - an experience of being embraced by nature. Floor-to-ceiling windows add transparency and scale to the home. Changes in ceiling heights create open, tall ceilings for public spaces and lower ceilings for private and intimate spaces. The lush greenery and mature oak trees provide unequalled serenity and privacy.
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2335 Oak Street, Berkeley - SOLD

Architect designed mid-century modern. Filtered bay & bridge views. Private setting with lush greenery. Walls-of-glass. Convenient to UC Campus, gourmet ghetto, parks & tennis.
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1701 Carter Street, Oakland - SOLD

This masterpiece of modernism was designed in 1949 by architect Stanley Smith who was influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright and the Bauhaus school of architecture. This house is constructed of stucco, brick and concrete and reflects both the open design of international architecture and the California influenced design focusing on outdoor living. Varying changes in ceiling heights create open tall public spaces and lower ceilings create intimate gathering places. The setting is nestled on a gentle hillside with views of Mount Tamalpais and the bay from the living room and dining room. Ancient cypress and live oaks enhance the horizontality of the architecture. From the deck there is a breathtaking view of two cities, three bridges and the bay.
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