Designed by Carr Jones and crafted in 1932 using bricks reclaimed during the dismantling of St. Mary's College in downtown Oakland, this artful two-bedroom home boasts a timeless design and verdant views.
A beamed cathedral ceiling, curved hallways, hand-hewn wooden doors with iron hardware and abundant balconies make this a definitive example of Jones' Storybook style. Fireplaces can be found in the living room, dining room and both bedrooms, and the property includes a detached guest house built by Jones in 1954 with midcentury elements.
Update with more recent pictures below as the house was listed for sale in June 2014. Source
Here it is on google streetview.
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