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Alameda Island Arts and Crafts home asks $1.5 million

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The Gold Coast neighborhood offers classic American architectural style

Exterior of Alameda arts and crafts home with wood shingled facade. Photos courtesy of Landmark Properties

Here’s a chance to restore this already gorgeous 1902 Arts and Crafts house at 1260 Saint Charles in the Gold Coast neighborhood on Alameda Island. A treat for anyone who goes gaga for wood interiors.

Coming in at six beds, three and a half baths, and 3,963 square feet, it has a classically singled facade, coffered ceilings, a built-in banquette, and plenty of old American craftsman style with an abundance of wood details.

From the staircase banister and windows to the beams and doors, this is a phenomenal Arts and Crafts example right in the East Bay. It’s also located next door to the historic Bruton House, a landmark turn-of-the-20th-century home.

Asking is $1,550,000.