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- 145 Lexford, Piedmont - Flamboyant Third Bay Region home by Val Arnold and Arthur Elrod: edificionado.wordpress.com/2017/08/21/145… https://t.co/GdFmA3VYbO 1 day ago
- 30947 Vallejo, Union Square - Rare Henry Meyers prairie box in the heart of old Alvarado: edificionado.wordpress.com/2017/08/14/309… https://t.co/QxVEczWHGd 1 week ago
- Pleased to have been able to assist with this great Roger Lee article on @Curbed ! twitter.com/Curbed/status/… 1 week ago
- 1421 San Antonio, Alameda - Intriguing shingled colonial revival by A W Pattiani: edificionado.wordpress.com/2017/08/10/142… https://t.co/ySJLj3cp7U 1 week ago
- 5566 Greenridge, Castro Valley - Beautifully preserved Eichler for sale by the original… edificionado.wordpress.com/2017/08/04/556… https://t.co/mZxEL08sGR 2 weeks ago
Category Archives: Bungalow
Today we feature a lovely shingle style bungalow designed by Walter Ratcliff. The bungalow was not a form that Ratcliff favored, preferring instead creative amalgamations of period revival styles, so this home is a bit unique. It is a rare … Continue reading
This intriguing mission revival bungalow features an asymmetrical façade with an unusually angular parapet flanked by a pair of squat columns supporting the porch roof. Inside, the home is far more traditionally embellished with a nice assortment of built-ins, paneling, … Continue reading
This charming Alameda shingle style bungalow is situated on the East End of the island and less than a block from the lagoons that mark the original shore line. The home has a nicely balanced double gable façade with a … Continue reading
This handsome colonial revival bungalow may not have its original siding exposed outside, but inside almost all of its great period detail remains. Even the separate washroom in the kitchen is still intact which is exceedingly rare.
This once modest shingle bungalow has undergone a substantial second story addition, but fortunately most of the public spaces on the first floor have been left intact. The addition itself is fairly sensitive as well with an attempt made at … Continue reading
Our featured home today has a fairly conventional bungalow façade with the typical broad sheltering roof and inviting front porch. But inside is a different story. The interior embellishments are a bit like a mannerist caricature of the typical bungalow … Continue reading