21 Mosswood, Berkeley

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Mosswood Road is best known today as the location of a number of impressive residences designed by Julia Morgan’s associate Walter Steilberg, but before Steilberg made his mark on the brief thoroughfare there were already several lovely homes there. This exceptional shingle style is one of them. Its interiors manage to be at once rustic and extremely refined with nearly every surface clad in wood. It is a beautiful example of First Bay Region architecture at its very best, effortlessly transforming unembellished raw materials into distinguished spaces that feel intimately connected with the surrounding terrain.

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1 Response to 21 Mosswood, Berkeley

  1. What a beautiful example of early Bay Area regionalism!

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