Berkeley Real Estate

Found 50 blog entries about Berkeley Real Estate.

I am pleased to announce that we were able to create this outstanding deal for our sellers, and that the sale is now pending.  Below are some reasons why the home was so desirable.   

This handsome Craftsman style home located at 1126 Arch Street, sits in the hills above Berkeley's Rose Garden, and is found not far from the University of California, and city's popular Gourmet Ghetto area.  It has a sweeping view that includes San Francisco, Berkeley, and both bridges.   It offers 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and 1871 +/- sf of living space.  

This home has all the elements of a classic Craftsman home, and a great deal of care has been taken to make the it warm and welcoming to guests.  A wide overhanging roof, a covered front porch with

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 This very handsome classic brown shingle home has so many positive features-one of which is its appealing location.  It is located in Berkeley in the exceptional Claremont Court neighborhood at 2709 Claremont Boulevard. With its gracious curb appeal, and in demand traditional architecture, it is exceptional.  

As you tour this home, be sure to note all the premium  touches that make this home unique, and reflects the added thought that went into each room.  An example starts at the doorway.  The wide and welcoming front door is framed by a pair of partially mullioned windows, and the entryway beamed ceiling features a period designed lamp.  


Stepping inside the roomy entry hall, you are greeted with a beautiful and traditional

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This classically styled English Tudor home in the Berkeley hills is one that offers so much appeal in terms of design, quality, and charm.  Located at 17 Spruce Street, it features a very pleasing Bay area view, and a welcoming ambiance.  This two story  home has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and an attached two car garage.  

The living room has many of the desirable features of the Tudor design.  Note the cathedral beamed ceiling with its graceful arch, the roomy brick fireplace, and random plank hardwood floors.  A large centrally located window brings in light and views from outside.  


Another view of the living room reveals two very desirable glass pane French doors that open onto an adjacent family room.


 A bank of windows

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This warm and welcoming home with its classic Craftsman architecture is ideally located in the Elmwood neighborhood and is immediately adjacent to the Rockridge neighborhood---both of which are two of the most popular dining and shopping venues in the area.

Located at 2917 Ashby Avenue in Berkeley, it offers 3 bedrooms, 2/12 baths, and expansive, lush gardens ideal for relaxation and entertaining.  Built in 1916, it reflects the imagination and creativity that was invested in the homes in the neighborhoods that surrounded the UC Berkeley campus.  The front entrance shows the attention given to making a visitor feel welcome upon arrival.  A classic wooden front door is surrounded by imaginative windows, and a pair of handsome ceramic lions add to

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This classic Art Deco home was designed in 1937 by award winning home architect John Dinwiddie, and reflects all that is appealing and dramatic about this architectural style. The  expected, and in demand, design elements will reflect simple clean lines, with a streamlined look being paramount inside and out.  Note the wrap around deck that reflects this concept.  Everything together combines to form an amazing curb appeal.  

Located at 95 Parnassus Road in Berkeley, it features 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and offers views of the Bay area and the North Berkeley hills.  

The entrance, through glass doors, the simple lines of the stairwell, and the dramatic hardwood floors, give a sense of what to expect in the the rest of the house.

The living

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This handsome home at 2700 Claremont Boulevard in Berkeley's Claremont Court neighborhood, was built in 1925, and was designed by renowned Bay area architect John Hudson Thomas.  As such, it reflects the charm and elegance of the era, but is equally ready to welcome modern homeowners who will appreciate its quality and location.  

The welcome to this home's winning presentation begins at the door.  Note the varied dramatic elements of arches, curves, sweeping stairs, and vertical window space.  Traditional amenities of the era also include hardwood floors, crown moulding, wainscoting, and imaginative window and door wood trim.


The living room, as with the other rooms seen immediately below, is designed for entertaining.  For cooler

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This very appealing Berkeley home is located at 2726 Mathews Street in one of South Berkeley's most desirable neighborhoods, and just a very short distance from popular Fourth Street, the Berkeley Marina, and San Pablo Park.  It offers 2 bedrooms, and 1 bath in approximately 937 sf of living space.  Curb appeal is already in place with its pleasing front garden, and engaging Craftsman home design.  

The living room is awash with light from multiple windows ,and is spacious enough to include room for entertaining and dining.  Note the handsome wood trim around the doors, and the popular hardwood floors that are included throughout the home.  Also worthy of note is the very unique window treatment to the right in the first picture, with its

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This stunning home is virtually unknown to most people in Berkeley and Oakland, and yet it is truly a remarkable landmark in an historic town.  Built in 1912, it was called the Spring Mansion, and was built by wealthy land entrepreneur John Hopkins Spring.

Whether day or night, this home is designed to be warm, welcoming, and yes, impressive.


The dramatic front door opens onto an elegant atrium from which all the other rooms flow. The beautiful fountain in the middle welcomes guests upon entry.

Stairs direct you upwards to the spacious bedrooms and bathrooms upstairs.  Note the beautiful skylight above that lets light into what is already a light filled apace.

 As you move around the ground floor, doors open to various

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Because of the University of California in Berkeley, there has always been a strong demand for residential income property.  Below are some excellent investment properties for your consideration.  Let me know immediately if anything interests you.  

 Remember, new properties come on line regularly, so check my website at    for the latest updates.

Beautiful Three-story Brown Shingle Home On Pan...

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  • 7,834 SqFt

Berkeley, CA

Beautiful Three-story Brown Shingle Home On Panoramic Hill Designed By Julia Morgan. Seven Bedroo...

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Gorgeous Mid-century Northbrae Fourplex On A Co...

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  • 3,000 SqFt

Berkeley, CA

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Many Berkeley hills homes have always had stunning hillside views of the San Francisco Bay area.  Some homes sit atop a high hill, and have views in every direction, while others peak at the view through cozy, Tahoe like settings.  Whatever your preference, here is but a partial selection for your consideration: 

 Nestled In The Berkeley Hills A Brand New Conte...

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  • 4 Beds
  • 4½ Baths

Berkeley, CA

Nestled In The Berkeley Hills A Brand New Contemporary Masterpiece Awaits. A Tranquil Setting Wi...

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Sparkly Bay View & New Construction Offer The B...

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  • 5 Beds
  • 4½ Baths
  • 3,529 SqFt

Berkeley, CA

Sparkly Bay View & New

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