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.
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- Sited with western exposure on a wooded hillside overlooking San Francisco Bay, with views of the new Bay Bridge and city skyline.
- Built around 1980 using modern techniques of steel-reinforced grade beams supported by deep piers, unusual for this area.
- Total of three sunny bedrooms and two and one-half bathrooms, including two bedrooms and one full bathroom right at the entry level.
- Unlike most homes situated on a slope, the garage is located at house level (not at street level), eliminating steps from street to house.
- Virtually every room of the home opens onto a deck, including a large dining deck spanning the entire front face of the home.
- Multiple skylights, sliding glass doors, and “roof windows” fill the open chambers of the home with natural light from sunrise to sunset.
- Spacious, soaring living room at the heart of the home creates a “wow” moment for your guests – and for yourself, every day.
- Open dining room, overlooking the living room and the sparkling bay beyond, creates a special atmosphere for entertaining.
- Remodeled kitchen has stone counters, breakfast bar, ingenious storage niches, greenhouse window, and hummingbird deck.
- Gorgeous master suite includes walk-in closet with skylight, “yoga alcove” with bay view, custom stone bathroom with view, and hot tub deck.
- Stunning home office/library on large mezzanine adjacent to the master suite provides a serene, creative space to think and work.
- Attached one-car garage also provides space for storage and/or workshop, plus plenty of room for a second car in front of the garage.
- This walker’s paradise, criss-crossed by pedestrian paths, includes a lovely 5-minute route by way of Tamalpais Path to Codornices Park, and a 20-minute stroll to the Gourmet Ghetto with Peet’s Coffee, the Cheese Board and more.