The Piedmont, a beautiful pre-war californian home designed by Irwin Johnson. Plans provided


An excellent example of the large, luxurious home in the traditional style, but without austere 18th Century formality, is this beautiful Piedmont home. The prevailing Colonial motif is found both in the exterior and interior architectural features. The rooms are large, closet space is ample, both sun deck and porch are provided on the second story. The entire effect is one of gracious, comfortable living designed to suit the needs of a cultured couple —a place for delightful, planned entertaining. 

All facilities for living and entertaining are downstairs. The living room is entirely separate in its own wing of the house, so that there can be movement throughout the rest of the building without disturbing the entertainment of guests. 

Upstairs is a pleasant, large hobby room with an adjoining sundeck over the garage. To the rear is a partially covered porch There are two large baths, together with a small bath off the maid's room downstairs.