Category Archives: Alfred Pattiani

1421 San Antonio, Alameda

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 … Continue reading

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1623 Clinton, Alameda

This early and exceptional Alameda colonial revival is reportedly the work of A W Pattiani who was responsible for some of the grandest Victorian homes on the island. We don’t see too many examples of his colonial revival designs but … Continue reading

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1226 Sherman, Alameda

Today we have an impressive Late Victorian to share. The home was designed by Alfred Pattiani who was perhaps Alameda’s most beloved local design-builder during the Victorian period. This particular house is relatively restrained compared to some of his lavish … Continue reading

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1007 Morton, Alameda

As we’ve discussed before, Alfred Pattiani designed and built many of the grandest Victorian homes in the East Bay from his office in Alameda. Perhaps not surprisingly, some of the best examples of his work extant today are still found … Continue reading

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1501 Central, Alameda

Alfred Pattiani was the builder of choice for the moneyed class in the East Bay for many years. His grand Victorian homes dot the oldest parts of Berkeley, Oakland, and most notably Alameda where his office was located. He designed … Continue reading

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