68 Tamalpais, Berkeley

68 Tamalpais, Berkeley

Originally built in 1915, and then completely reimagined by noted mid-century architect Henry Hill, this home is an interesting amalgam. The original structure appears to have been a modest single story bungalow. The corner fireplace and divided light windows are some of the only vestiges remaining. The new structure, built on top, displays many modern features including large expanses of glass and wood paneling.

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