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A Maybeck For Rent On Castenada (And A Related Neighborhood Sale)

A Maybeck For Rent On Castenada (And A Related Neighborhood Sale)

As we wrote five months ago with respect to 270 Castenada: Asking $3,890,000 and briefly in contract before being withdrawn last April, listed at $2,995,000 today. Still touting “too beautiful to describe” despite Maybeck’s (and the Vernacular Language North‘s) attempt. Reduced to $2,595,000 in May before being withdrawn from... Read More »

A Maybeck On The Market (And Display) Once Again: 270 Castenada

A Maybeck On The Market (And Display) Once Again: 270 Castenada

If you missed seeing 270 Castenada (a.k.a. 1916 Erlanger house) a year ago, don’t let it happen again. In the words of its architect Bernard Maybeck (think Palace of Fine Arts): “The house is our attempt to suggest the idea of an English character in California. Although this house... Read More »

Too Beautiful To Describe (Except By The Architect): 270 Castenada

Too Beautiful To Describe (Except By The Architect): 270 Castenada

While the listing for 270 Castenada (a.k.a. the 1916 Erlanger house) touts “Too beautiful to describe!” (and as of this morning, apparently “too beautiful to photograph”), that didn’t stop architect Bernard Maybeck (think Palace of Fine Arts) from offering these words: The house is our attempt to suggest the... Read More »