1129 Euclid, Berkeley

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This unusual home was built in 1922 but it was entirely reimagined in 1957 by local phenom Roger Lee. Nearly all vestiges of the original home are gone except for the occasional hint and what remains is a rather interesting mid-century. It is full of wood paneling and built-ins as well as large glazed openings and wood soffits – quite a thorough transformation.

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