Berkeley Classic Mid-Century

Mid Century Modern home on stilts with trees

The architect built this Berkeley home in 1954 for himself and his family

Under the tutelage of Walter Gropius at Harvard, Donald Olsen become one of the Bay Area’s most esteemed modernist architects, eschewing the highly popular Bay Region Style in favor of the sleeker aesthetic typically found in Los Angeles midcentury specimens, as seen in his personal Berkeley abode, which is up for grabs for $1,495,000.

The 2,205-square-foot residence, which is listed ... read more

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