For those that treasure the Craftsman living experience, this home stands out above so many others. Located at 1770 Highland Place in the North Berkeley hills, and close to the UC campus, this home has a unique history. It was part of the first residential design by famed Berkeley architect Bernard Maybeck and is dated 1895.
Known as the Keeler House, it was later reconceived as two flats in the 1920s, and later, another unit was created--this is the unit seen above that is now for sale as a condominium. It offers 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and 1236 sf of living space.
The impressive combination of the living room and dining room into one expansive living space is perfect for gracious living and entertaining.
The living room…
238 Views, 0 Comments