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Meyer's House And Garden

Meyers House and Garden Museum was designed and built in 1897 for Henry H. Meyers, noted East Bay architect and his family. Meyers left a tangible legacy in the many public buildings throughout the Bay Area that he designed. This lovely home was bequeathed to the City of Alameda by his three daughters, Dr. Edith Meyers, Miss Mildred Meyers (an architect) and Miss Jeanette Meyers. The House is a prominent example of the Colonial Revival style and is situated on a 3 lot's with the original fencing, entrance gate and pergola. Some of the furnishings are original to the house. The grounds are available for rental of parties of 75 or less. The house is currently open the fourth Saturday of the month. 1-4
2021 Alameda Ave
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