Home of the Week: 106 Mesa Avenue, Piedmont
106 Mesa Avenue
Exceptional Piedmont Home
At a glance
- Home extended and remodeled; project finaled in the early ‘90s. Designed by George Miers, owner/architect.
- Significant systems upgrades (foundation, seismic, plumbing, electrical, etc.) completed.Rear storage shed constructed on the foundation of a previous structure, in 1995.
- Sewer lateral replaced, Harry Clark, 2002.
- Retaining wall at the rear engineered and replaced and fence above added, with appropriate drainage, 2005.
- Kitchen range, dishwasher and overhead ventilation fan replaced about 2005.
- Rear deck replaced with Trex about 2005.
- Oven replaced, about 2014.
- Front steps replaced, about 2014.
- Hot water heater installed, Albert Nahmen, 2016(?).
- Water wise plantings and rainfall-driven irrigation installed, north fence replaced, 2018.
- Roof replaced and upper decks resurfaced, Elliott and Elliott, summer, 2018.
- Two-stage furnace and programmable thermostat installed, Atlas Heating, December, 2018.
- Home interior repainted with low-VOC paints, Arana Craftsman, March, 2019.
- Floor in SW bedroom and powder room refinished, Le’s Golden Floors, March, 2019.
- All carpets replaced, Straus Carpets, March, 2019.
- South fence replaced, April, 2019.
Combine Bay views from the two upper floors, great historic architecture, the classic “kitchen/family room/access to a big backyard” layout, six bedrooms and three and a half baths, great East Bay light, easy access to everything, and recent systems updates, and you have 106 Mesa Avenue, at the heart of the prized Golden Rectangle neighborhood.
More at www.106Mesa.com