2708 Virginia, Berkeley

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The Bray house began its life as a modest shingled bungalow, but several years after it was built it was purchased by John Hudson Thomas’ sister and her husband. Together, they undertook a significant renovation in the early 20s which would impart on the home all the familiar hallmarks of Thomas’ inimitable style that we see today. The home has reportedly remained in the same family since that time which has resulted in an exceptional level of preservation throughout.

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