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FEATURED PROJECTS

BUILT 2021

We were very excited to have the opportunity to build this grand custom home in the city we live in....new builds are rarely found in Kensington due to the lack of vacant parcels. 

The design is a contemporary take on traditional architecture. The setting is beautiful with inspiring Bay views. Stately outside and comfortably chic inside....a fantastic combination.

BUILT 1965

Views! Architecture! Location! Words to describe this custom built mid-century home c.1965 and on the market for the first time in its history. Bee Renovated was fortunate to acquire this home from the estate and receive it in near original condition. This project is a response to a welcome and familiar challenge: How can we design a modern home within a historic shell? The answer was a merger of simplification and expansion. This formerly modest home is now 2800 sq. ft. + and features 5 bedrooms, 3 baths including a new lower level that can serve as extra living space, in-law, or a legal additional dwelling unit.

BUILT 1959

Designed in 1959 by then California Berkeley Senior Architect student Michael Pease, this remarkable post and beam home was a creative and collaborative effort among his peers and professors…the results are a striking pedigree home with handsome lines and sophisticated architectural design. Nestled in a verdant secluded setting, this amazing home has been artfully restored and updated while preserving its privacy, style, space and views.

RECENT NEWS - SOME OF OUR LATEST PROJECTS

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BUILT 1950

11   /   06   /   2023

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SOLD.  After a few previous additions and a recent flip attempt, this home cried out to be rescued by Bee Renovated and given some serious aesthetic resuscitation. Located up a private road and sited on a secluded lot, the great potential we saw in this ugly duckling has become reality. 

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BUILT 1950

SOLD. Views! Architecture! Location! Words to describe this custom built mid-century home c.1965 and on the market for the first time in its history. Bee Renovated was fortunate to acquire this home from the estate and receive it in near original condition. This project is a response to a welcome and familiar challenge: How can we design a modern home within a historic shell?