AVAILABLE This expansive, airy home is generously proportioned in every way – from the wide, cul-de-sac street to the breathtaking bay views extending as far as the eye can see (even from the in-law unit).
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.
This gorgeous Tudor condo is tucked at end of private drive in a 4-unit building, surrounded by beautiful greenery. Situated on the ground floor, with no shared walls and a private rear deck, this is unlike any “condo” you have seen.
Working with Irene and Brett, architects and parents of young children, was a real treat. In our quest to find a family home ready to be transformed by their creative eye, every home we viewed together was a trip to fantasy land, imagining how it would look once fast-forwarded a year or two.
The Claremont-Elmwood district is one of my favorite neighborhoods in the East Bay. Straddling the area from College and Ashby through Claremont and Ashby, it includes some of the most popular shopping and foodie destinations — and many hidden architectural treasures.
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.
This classic Rockridge home on Ocean View Drive created quite a stir when it came on the market. Located on a quiet, tree-lined street full of gracious old homes, yet highly walkable to College Avenue shops and eateries, it hit the sweet spot that resulted in competitive bids from several hopeful buyers.
This spacious Albany home has been expanded and virtually rebuilt from top to bottom, with high-quality materials and modern seismic engineering. The owners have especially enjoyed raising their children in an environment they found to be very safe, supportive, and community-oriented.
This spacious, sunny home is located in Adams Point, one of the East Bay’s most sought-after neighborhoods, just blocks from Lake Merritt and the shopping districts of Grand Lake, Lakeshore, and Piedmont Avenue.
This bright and spacious home on a quiet, tree-lined block is just moments from prime shopping, BART, schools, and neighborhood pocket parks. The unusually large lot provides a private back-yard wonderland, with plenty of space to run and play — or to create your own urban farm.
Nestled in a private, verdant setting on a quiet, tree-lined street in the Berkeley hills, this lovely 4-bedroom “storybook” home with partial bay views is ready for renovation. Vintage architectural details include vaulted ceiling, leaded glass, hardwood floors, classic Normandy stonework, arched and turret motifs, and a very unique cathedral-style window with stained glass coat-of-arms.
WATCH THE VIDEO From the street, this would appear to be a lovely, classic Berkeley home – and it is. But walk through the home to the rear, and you will discover a private backyard paradise, with an organic urban farm tucked into more than 1/3 acre on the hills above the bay.
The “NOBE” neighborhood, at the confluence of the North Oakland/Berkeley/Emeryville borders, is the hottest new area in the East Bay, and fast becoming a magnet for homebuyers seeking a vibrant cultural environment, fine old architecture, warm fog-free climate, great public transportation, and walkability.
This airy home in the Berkeley Hills is a rare example of a true “Open Concept” floor plan, with 3 levels of flowing, flexible living space beneath one elegantly soaring ceiling.
Even before the SF Chronicle “Hot Property” article appeared, we knew this was the one. After searching far and wide for a home on at least an acre, with a pool, guest accommodations, a walkable community, and magical-feeling outdoor spaces, my clients were well aware of how special and rare this property was.
From the Bauhaus movement in the early 1900s, the concept of “form follows function” evolved into Midcentury Modern architecture, and was fully realized by Joseph Eichler’s many projects in the Bay Area.
Built in 1933, this unique home showcases the romance and glamour of an architectural era when form was valued as much as function. Classic motifs of the popular Spanish Mediterranean style can be found throughout the home, from the sunny, walled flagstone terrace to the terra cotta roof tile, with a special emphasis on gracefully arched windows.
Owning a classic Mediterranean Villa does not have to mean settling for a 100-year-old structure. This exquisite home in the East Bay hills, designed by noted architect Richard Janzen and constructed in 2002, is a rare example of the best modern amenities within an “Old World” home design.
SOLD $1,000,000 Built circa 1926, this graceful 2-bedroom home retains the lovely architectural features of that era. Located in one of the Bay Area’s most coveted neighborhoods, just blocks from excellent schools, community parks, and bustling Solano Avenue’s shops and eateries.
Anna and Carl*, like the majority of today’s Buyers, wanted a home in a very walkable location. In particular, they wanted to be in the beautiful, tree-lined section of North Berkeley bounded by Marin, Sonoma, and Monterey Avenues.