Category Archives: Miller and Warnecke

107 Panoramic, Berkeley

Our featured home today is an unusually creative Mediterranean revival at the base of Panoramic Hill. It is attributed to Miller and Warnecke who were extremely prolific and successful designers in a variety of period revival styles. Their homes are … Continue reading

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175 Pershing, Oakland

Our featured home today is a handsome Spanish colonial revival attributed to prolific local designers Miller & Warnecke. It is a rambling structure, lavishly appointed with hand-adzed beams, wrought iron, and plenty of colorful tile – everything one might hope … Continue reading

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2630 Cedar, Berkeley

Today we feature a large and picturesque Tudor revival attributed to Chester Miller and Carl Warnecke. The home feels a bit more rustic than many of Miller and Warnecke’s Tudors thanks to ceilings of exposed floor joists in some rooms … Continue reading

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East Bay Spanish Colonials

In the past week we have seen a number of interesting Spanish colonial revival homes hit the market across the East Bay, so today we thought we would take the unusual step of writing a post about all of them. … Continue reading

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