1421 San Antonio, Alameda

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This intriguing shingle style colonial revival foursquare is a bit of a mishmash with a prairie style side entrance and a curved corner that pays homage to the turrets of its Victorian forebears. The home was reportedly designed and built by A W Pattiani who was responsible for some of the showiest homes in Alameda. He is best known for his Queen Anne residences but this example provides ample evidence of his ability to design in other modes as well with no less success.

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