Sequoyah Road in the East Oakland hills straddles that line between urban and rural. The road runs through unexpected housing tracts, a hundred year old country club, steep canyons and open creeks. I was quite taken by this 20s-30s house that reflects the influences of Spanish and early mission architecture. This style home is found throughout the Bay Area. Isn't it charming? I'll bet the inside has interesting tile work and wrought iron details. For more "S" photos, visit ABC Wednesday.