Category Archives: Henry Gutterson

2501 Rose Walk, Berkeley

Though income properties are not generally our primary focus here at Edificionado, it is difficult to pass on a group of duplexes designed by Henry Gutterson and sited prominently above Maybeck’s famed Rose Walk. The Rose Walk itself was completed … Continue reading

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1439 Hawthorne, Berkeley

The C H McNeil house is a distinguished Berkeley Norman revival designed by Henry Gutterson. Gutterson practiced in a variety of styles, but the one constant through all of his work is his highly refined aesthetic and spare detailing. His … Continue reading

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715 The Alameda, Berkeley

The Brock House is a substantial First Bay Region residence designed by Henry Gutterson. The exterior is an unusual combination of wood and brick but it still displays Gutterson’s characteristic balance and attention to detail. Inside, the home is lavishly … Continue reading

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1450 Hawthorne, Berkeley

Our featured home today is one of a pair of sprawling Tudor revivals designed by Henry Gutterson for the Sperry family on Hawthorne Terrace. They are a bit of a departure from Gutterson’s typical residences which tend to be very … Continue reading

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2033 Berryman, Berkeley

Henry Gutterson’s homes tend to be rather stoic compositions with nicely balanced clusters of windows adorning the exterior, and this lovely North Berkeley example is no exception. Gutterson is probably best known for his collection of homes around Rose Walk … Continue reading

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826 Oxford, Berkeley

If the attribution is correct, this might be the earliest extant structure designed by Henry Gutterson, who is noted for many remarkable homes around the Bay Area including those on Berkeley’s famous Rose Walk. Regardless of provenance however, this home … Continue reading

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