120 Wildwood Gardens, Piedmont

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This picturesque Piedmont Spanish colonial is attributed to Frederick Reimers who was responsible for some of the most impressive period revival structures in the East Bay. It has a number of features in common with the showy model home he designed for the Claremont Pines subdivision in Oakland just a year later. Reimers had an extraordinary ability to create substantial homes that manage not to be bulky or overwhelming through creative detailing and varied massing. This home is a great example with a wide variety of traditionally Spanish exterior embellishments and interiors that do not fail to impress.

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