For over a century, generations of residents have enjoyed gracious living in Bay Area homes designed and built by architects and builders who cared about their craft. While no two homes were alike, First Bay Tradition architecture shared the qualities of craftsmanship, naturally sourced building materials and asymmetry. It created the eclectic but harmonious character that makes our Piedmont, Oakland and Berkeley neighborhoods so desirable.
Starting in the Summer of 2016, you can own a new home created by local architects and designers and built by local craftsmen committed to honoring the First Bay Tradition faithfully.
Oakmont offers 10 homes thoughtfully designed to serve a diverse community of residents. Ranging in size from approximately 1800 to 2700 square feet, each home is unique in its façade, layout and features, but alike in the intrinsic beauty of its building materials and the attention that was given to every detail, including:
Oakmont provides an oasis of calm amid the excitement of Oakland/Berkeley’s ever-changing collection of neighborhoods. You’ll find our homes at the quiet end of Howe Street at the gates to the historic St. Mary’s and Mountain View cemeteries. Your home is just a short walk to Piedmont Avenue’s mix of hip restaurants, cafes, eclectic shopping, purveyors of fine foods, and an independent movie theater.
With the upcoming comprehensive Rockridge Plaza renovation project just breaking ground, you’ll soon have access to a full range of shopping options just around the corner. And the express bus to San Francisco is less than a block away.
Alterre Partners, LLC is funded by private investors dedicated to retaining the beauty of the built environment in the Oakland/Berkeley area. Led by developer Tom Anthony, a residential real estate broker and general contractor, Alterre Partners is devoted to historic renovation and re-creation of distinctive homes honoring the First Bay Tradition Architecture of a century ago. Tom and his team have purchased, renovated and sold hundreds of properties since 1987, most recently focusing on the development of single-family homes.
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