Category Archives: Tudor Revival

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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477 Arlington, Berkeley

This charming Tudor revival was designed by Bernard Maybeck’s brother-in-law and sometimes partner John White. White was a talented architect in his own right if not so ostentatious as his better known compatriot. Here his spaces are carefully crafted and … Continue reading

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1321 Bay View, Berkeley

This exceptional First Bay Region home was designed by Bernard Maybeck for Berkeley German professor JH Senger. It is a complex structure showcasing Maybeck’s playful and creative use of unusual combinations of details. Here he has combined Tudor half timbering … Continue reading

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6363 Estates, Oakland

Our featured home today was built by Axel Cederborg who was responsible for some of the largest and most lavish estates in Piedmont. Albert Farr collaborated with Cederborg perhaps more than any other architect, but Cederborg built the designs of … Continue reading

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230 Stonewall, Oakland

This lovely Tudor revival is reportedly the work of Walter Dixon who together with his partner Robert Hillen built some of the most recognizable period revival housing tracts in the East Bay. However, this particular home is a special case … Continue reading

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545 Blossom, San Leandro

Our featured home today is a picturesque San Leandro Tudor revival. Its boxy entrance turret and diminutive clipped front gable give it a rather unusual street facing façade and help to mask the true bulk of the structure behind. Inside, … Continue reading

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570 Santa Clara, Berkeley

Edwin Snyder is best known for his graceful Spanish colonial homes, but this picturesque Tudor demonstrates his mastery of other period revival tropes as well. It is a fully fleshed out composition with carefully crafted spaces and detailing that is … Continue reading

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