Duboce Avenue Duboce Avenue, San Francisco

This classic Edwardian-era apartment, located in the heart of San Francisco, has been carefully renovated and modernized without any loss of its original charm and beauty. The project included an updated kitchen, bathrooms and laundry room along with many new finishes. It was recently featured in the Real Estate Section of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Westminster Drive Westminster Drive, Oakland

The extensive restoration and renovation of this magnificent estate home included seismic strengthening and installation of state of the art, high efficiency mechanical and electrical systems. New custom cabinetry, specialty flooring and handmade ceramic tile complement uniquely constructed hardwood doors and elaborate trim work. These finely crafted finishes restore the original glory of this truly custom home.
Milvia Street Milvia Street, Berkeley

Reconstructed from the ground-up, this craftsman-style home was gutted, placed on a new foundation then expanded and updated completely. The installation of specially selected modern finishes and fixtures matched the restored period casework and trim details. The project also included a new garage, extensive site work and elegant landscaping.
Norwood Place Norwood Place, Kensington

This stunning house and property originally designed by a disciple of Frank Lloyd Wright in 1950 was untouched for more than 50 years. The meticulously performed restoration and expansion of the home, executed to the highest standards, preserved the original architectural style. Natural finishes and fine detailing combine with state of the art appliances and systems throughout. Extensive site-work and landscaping in total harmony with the structure complete this masterpiece.
Arlington Avenue Arlington Avenue, Berkeley

A classic North-Berkeley craftsman home stripped to the frame for a seismic upgrade was completely restored both inside and out. New windows, doors, casework, tile, fixtures and trim seamlessly combine with the existing architectural features. Incorporated into this classic design are natural finishes, recycled materials and a number of green-friendly elements.
The Alameda The Alameda, Berkeley

This project started with a focus on making the home more accessible for the owner's aging parents. A shaft for the four-stop elevator was carefully incorporated into the front fašade with a minor addition to the roofline. Once the work was under way, the owners took the opportunity to open up the main floor and entry area, modernize the kitchen and dining areas and remodel the existing bathrooms.
Roble Road Roble Road, Oakland

A new custom home built in the Oakland burn area. Natural wood finishes abound in a traditional multi-level ranch with expansive decks, built-in furnishings and refined features. Clad entirely in natural cedar and centered on a traditional, multi-level brick fireplace.
Roble Road Roble Road, Oakland

Built on a grand scale, this large and elegant custom-built home has a huge vaulted living room with massive redwood roof trusses built by hand. The magnificent entryway with curved stairs, gourmet kitchen and fine hardwood cabinetry are among the many regal features found in this stately residence.