This classic Craftsman home, built circa 1910, is a wonderful example of the warm and intimate architectural style that has helped make Lower Rockridge a coveted address for those who embrace authentic historical design. Situated on a quiet, … [Read more...] about Classic Craftsman in Lower Rockridge
A couple came into one of my Open Houses, a beautiful home in the Claremont neighborhood. They were from out of the area, and they had many detailed questions about the physical structure of the house, the site, the street, and the area as a whole. I … [Read more...] about Is it the region, or the Realtor?
See the Berkeleyside article … [Read more...] about Berkeley ranked #1 in overbidding — dubious honor?
Dave’s brain cancer diagnosis was confirmed within hours after he accepted an offer to sell his home. My first impulse was to assure him that we could cancel the sale, but Dave was adamant that he wanted to continue with his plan to move to a new … [Read more...] about Whose reality is this, anyway?
I never get enough of Berkeley's unique architecture...even our outbuildings are quirky. … [Read more...] about Quirky Berkeley architecture
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbI6CVaNZDI&feature=youtu.be … [Read more...] about Lake Merritt Love Letter
Walking by a demolition site in Berkeley today, my thoughts returned to another day, years ago, when I had been on a cross-country hike to what I thought was a deserted Pt Reyes beach. Rounding a bluff, I arrived at a stretch of grassy dunes, and … [Read more...] about the lesson of the excavator
Michael T. San Francisco, CA 10/12/2016 It was really a pleasure working with Holly and we couldn't be more pleased with the outcome. We very much appreciated the professionalism she displayed at every touch point. Even … [Read more...] about New 5-star review: “she took the high road”
This gracious West Berkeley home, replete with vintage 1911 architectural details, is located in the East Bay’s latest foodie mecca. Quality upgrades have been made throughout, while remaining true to the aesthetic of the era. See full details and … [Read more...] about Vintage Gem near 4th Street
Every morning at this time of year, as I return from my run, I stop to pick up the newly fallen harvest from the pineapple guavas that grow in my front yard. I planted them about 10 years ago as a privacy screen, to shelter my line of sight from an … [Read more...] about A living privacy screen that bears tasty fruit