Own a piece of history! Located on a quiet street in the Piedmont Pines neighborhood, this brown shingle was home to renowned modernist architect Beverley David Thorne. Thorne transformed a modest 1930’s home with the addition of one of the greatest residential living/entertaining public spaces in the Bay area. The great room opens to a huge concrete cantilevered deck that looks out at the trees and the Bay beyond.
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