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Built in 1933, this unique home showcases the romance and glamour of an architectural era when form was valued as much as function. Classic motifs of the popular Spanish Mediterranean style can be found throughout the home, from the sunny, walled flagstone terrace to the terra cotta roof tile, with a special emphasis on gracefully arched windows.
Structural systems have been conscientiously upgraded over the years, providing the best of both worlds: a fine old home, solidly built using materials and craftsmanship no longer available, plus modern improvements and amenities keeping pace with the needs of today. As time goes by, this piece of treasured history will surely be prized by the generations to come.
With 3 bedrooms and 2 baths, the home was designed and sited for almost every room to frame breath-taking views of the San Francisco Bay, including the lovely new Bay Bridge, the glistening City skyline, and that most coveted landmark, the Golden Gate Bridge.
Other features include a fabulous chef’s kitchen with Viking range, an exquisite living room with barrel ceiling and stunning arched triptych window, and prime “walkable” location near College Ave shops, Claremont Spa and Club, Peet’s Coffee, and John Muir Elementary School.