8449 Terrace, El Cerrito

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Today we feature another impressive remodel at the hand of a local mid-century architect. This home was originally built in 1938, but was reimagined 25 years later by El Cerrito local Jack Anderson. Anderson is best known for his long and productive association with Lyman Jee who unfortunately passed away earlier this year, but he also designed a number of lovely homes on his own. This one is a bit less showy than most of the pair’s ground up commissions, but it still demonstrates a great deal of their tasteful and fairly restrained version of Bay Region modernism.

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