1154 Cragmont, Berkeley

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Our featured home today is another of Wally Reemelin’s trademark A-Frame residences. Reemelin is often credited as one of the originators of the mid-century A-Frame phenomenon and since he was based out of Berkeley, we are fortunate to have quite a few of his homes sprinkled around the East Bay. This one is a fairly prototypical example with the exception of the rather sizable hip roofed protrusion on one side. It is a nicely preserved specimen and a great testament to Reemelin’s outsized contribution during the period.

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One Response to 1154 Cragmont, Berkeley

  1. So very unique, love these early A frame houses.

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