2128 Oregon, Berkeley

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This charming Spanish colonial revival bungalow is the last in an intriguing row of homes on Oregon Street in Berkeley between Shattuck and Fulton. The homes were obviously all built by the same developer. The floor plans all appear to be identical with the exception that some of the houses had a third bedroom. Despite this uniformity, the facades of the houses are varied with different assemblages of windows and roof lines, and the interior details are likewise not rote.

The interiors of 2128 are particularly well-preserved, with lots of dark woodwork and built-ins. Though the details are not what we would consider prototypical for the Spanish colonial revival style, they work well in this interesting home.

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