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Edificionado is an Oakland-based real estate brokerage specializing in architecturally and historically significant homes. BRE 01883790

1194 Cragmont, Berkeley

This intriguing shingle style residence is an unusual combination of First and Second Bay Region design. The living room is clearly in the manner of Bernard Maybeck with its exposed timbering and massive concrete hearth while the kitchen and other … Continue reading

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60 Hiller, Oakland

Our featured home today comes with a bit of a story. The home was originally built in 1963 by Stanley Hiller and it was the first home constructed in Hiller Highlands. Hiller was a precocious talent who started attending UC … Continue reading

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7 Charles Hill, Orinda

The Harold Manor house is an extremely early ranch style residence designed by Clarence Mayhew in the late 30s. The home was an ambitious and forward looking undertaking at the time which garnered much acclaim and was widely published in … Continue reading

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5 Maybeck Twin, Berkeley

Maybeck Twin boasts only a couple of homes by its highly regarded namesake. The balance of residences on the short street were designed by a who’s who of local mid-century architects. There’s no indication in the listing who is responsible … Continue reading

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6948 Norfolk, Oakland

2020 is off to a fairly slow start as far as interesting listings go, but we are beginning to see a bit of life coming back into the market after the long winter. Our featured home today is a showy … Continue reading

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610 Cragmont, Berkeley

Our featured home today is an impressive storybook residence attributed to William Raymond Yelland. Yelland began his career with the highly regarded local firm Miller and Warnecke, but he would go on to pursue a much more flamboyant brand of … Continue reading

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8403 Wildcat, El Cerrito

This intriguing late mid-century was designed by local architect and purveyor of artisan tofu, Kevin Stong. Stong is responsible for a number of homes along Wildcat, but this is the one he designed for himself so it is likely the … Continue reading

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