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Piedmont midcentury designed by John Hans Ostwald asks $1.8 million

Something old, something new

Exterior of midcentury home Photos by Open Homes Photography

Noted for joining Swiss chalet architecture with modern architecture, John Hans Ostwald was responsible for several noted midcentury designs in the East Bay. (Take, for example, this woodsy Piedmont affair or this gem in Berkeley.)

This week, A recently renovated Ostwald lands on the market, located at 95 Sandringham Road in Piedmont.

Featuring four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, the house features signature tall glass walls, skylights, wraparound deck, and vaulted ceilings. The bathrooms and kitchen have been refurbished recently, but the gist of the overall space remains distinctively midcentury.

Asking is $1,895,000.