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“A 1925 Spanish Mediterranean home in Oakland, California — where Leopoldine Wheatley, the “mother” behind the famous Mother’s Cookies, is believed to have lived for 67 years until 1992 — is for sale for $1.395 million, according to Compass real estate firm.
Mother’s Cookies was founded in 1914, 11 years before the house was built. Think bite.
Now, the home has been re-imagined as a techie’s dream home. Think byte.”
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Want to check out other famous houses we’ve shot? View our blog posts on the Flintstone home in Hillsborough, the incredible Ghirardelli Mansion or the Feusier Octagon House.