This unusual Glen Highlands home appears very much like a Tudor revival structure from the 1920s or 30s. However it was actually built in 1994 on the site of a home that burned in the Oakland Hills fire. It is a rare example of new construction in the fire zone that looks a bit like the type of home that was there before the conflagration.
The home was designed by Larry Weber who has made a name for himself by replicating with a great deal of accuracy the detailing of homes that he has encountered in various parts of Europe. Weber lives in Shasta County now in a home that he modeled after a Scottish farmhouse, but he was a long-time resident of Oakland so we have a number of his impressive structures here.