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Everyday Modernism, c.1995

Designed for themselves, architect Richard Beard and interior designer Michael Booth built 754 Grandview in 1995, and it remains an outstanding example of the influence of William Wurster on a third generation of Bay Area architects. The original owners have moved on to bigger digs, and despite some changes by subsequent owners- two small bedrooms made into one- the house remains a miracle of simplicity and ordinary materials beautifully employed. If it's open, go.
· 754 Grand View [Neil Ward, McGuire RE]