A Neighborhood for Every Lifestyle...

Marilyn Garcia, PhD | REALTOR presents:

Views + Timeless Elegance!

NEW PRICE! $2,298,000

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This gorgeous 1930s Berkeley Hills home is a true classic, with lovely architectural details, Bay, Golden Gate, San Francisco, and multi-bridge views, loads of light, and great flexibility of use. 

On the main level you’ll find beautifully-conceived public spaces, starting with a grand living room adorned with beamed wood ceilings, a fireplace, and tall windows overlooking expansive views to the west. The spacious cook’s kitchen combines a vintage feel with all new high-end appliances including a 36” Bertazzoni gas range, lush marble countertops, and room to eat-in. It opens to an elegant formal dining room, with a cool built-in bar cabinet and a welcoming wood-framed window seat, where you can dine while watching the sunset over the Bay. Even the front entry hall, with its substantial door headers, wood ceiling, and built-in phone niche, is uncommonly great.  A wood-paneled study and a powder room complete the main level.

The upper level is a private sanctuary, with three generous bedrooms and two baths, including the primary suite, which is perfectly positioned to capture the stunning, ever-changing views from both the bedroom and the attached balcony.

With many possible uses, the lower level is a haven for both entertainment and creativity. It features a large family room that opens to the back gardens, as well as an art room/office, laundry (with a laundry chute from the primary suite), and the third full bath.

The practicalities are here too. For example, there’s interior access from the 2-car garage, which is wired for a level 2 EV charger. There’s generous storage throughout, including closets at both the front and side entries. The workshop is a great place for projects. Utilities are undergrounded in the neighborhood, for improved safety and better views.

You'll love the serene but convenient location, near parks and nature, but where you can also leave the car at home and head over to nearby shops (for fantastic sushi, a bottle of wine, gourmet sandwiches, groceries, hardware, etc.)!  Dorothy Bolte Park is just a couple blocks away, with an exhilarating concrete slide connecting the upper “tot” and lower “big kid” playgrounds.  (See https://www.510families.com/park-profile-dorothy-m-bolt-park-in-the-berkeley-hills/ for more info.)   The many wonders of Tilden Park are also nearby (See https://www.ebparks.org/parks/tilden.)

Overall, for quality of life, real character, breathtaking vistas, room to spread out, and so much more, this one is a great one!

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Marilyn Garcia, PhD | REALTOR

The Grubb Company

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North of Downtown and west of University of California, Berkeley is North Berkeley. This town is popular among commuting students due to the quick and easy commute the location offers. The neighborhood of North Berkeley is the home to two popular parks in the city of Berkeley. The first one is Berkeley Rose Garden. This park features a huge garden with amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco Bay. The other park is the Live Oak Park, a wooded area that features recreational fields, playgrounds, and walking trails.

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