Category Archives: Charles McCall

610 Oakland, Oakland

It’s a bit hard to tell from the photos, but this charming First Bay Region residence is reportedly an early work by Oakland native Charles McCall. It’s complex roofline and unusual interior detailing would seem to bear that out. McCall … Continue reading

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210 Hillside, Piedmont

This showy Piedmont craftsman is another early work by Oakland architect Charles McCall. McCall is best known for his lavish period revival homes, but early in his career he experimented with a number of other styles as well. This one … Continue reading

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600 Jean, Oakland

Today we feature an imposing Grand Lake colonial revival bungalow with loads of potential. The home was designed by local Oakland architect Charles McCall quite early in his career before he began building the Spanish colonials for which he is … Continue reading

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158 Wildwood Gardens, Piedmont

Today we feature a beautiful Spanish colonial manor house with a large and imposing Norman turret at the junction of its wings. The home was designed by Oakland native Charles McCall and here he has combined elements from a number … Continue reading

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960 Arbor, San Leandro

Central San Leandro is known for its quaint period revival homes, most of which were built as part of large tracts that were developed in the time between the two World Wars. Among the tracts, however, there are also a … Continue reading

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