25 June 2007

Gifford McGrew House

Photo: Steven Finacom

One of Berkeley’s most important brown-shingle residences, the Gifford McGrew House was designed by Bernard Maybeck with ideas contributed by Charles Keeler and built by A.H. Broad in 1900.

Four years after it last sold, the house is on the market again. Steven Finacom took the opportunity to write an article about it for the Berkeley Daily Planet.

See an expanded version of the article, including more than 40 photographs, on in our Essays & Stories section.


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