2811 Claremont, Berkeley

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This substantial Tudor revival began its life as a modest Victorian home in a Berkeley that was much more rural than it is today. In the 1920s, it was entirely reimagined by Walter Ratcliff as the period revival manse that we see today. The transformation has been so complete that there are almost no vestiges of the original structure still visible. Ratcliff was responsible for a quite a number of impressive homes along Claremont but this particular structure is certainly one of the most ambitious.

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