Category Archives: Frederick Dyer-Bennet

510 Lakewood, Walnut Creek

A few years ago we featured an interesting mid-century home in Walnut Creek designed by Frederick Dyer-Bennet for his family. Dyer-Bennet was a British architect who studied at Berkeley and then settled in the East Bay. Today we are fortunate … Continue reading

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154 Hillcroft, Walnut Creek

This Walnut Creek mid-century is a pretty early example of Bay Region modernism and it appears to have had almost no changes made to it since it was new in 1947. All of the paneling and built-ins look original as … Continue reading

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1166 Hillcrest, Livermore

For all of the mid-century enthusiasts out there who have been itching for an excuse to get out of the city this weekend, there is a beautiful Bay Region modernist home that has just come on the market in Livermore. … Continue reading

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