What if you could walk out your front door, and within a few minutes be in a gently rolling parkland with hiking trails, a lake, botanical garden, jogging paths, a little farm, picnic areas — even a merry-go-round? You would be living near Tilden Regional Park, one of the treasured natural resources that make Berkeley such a coveted location for real estate investment.
Creston Road is a quiet, tree-lined street that parallels the well-known Grizzly Peak Boulevard, which traverses the ridge of the Berkeley hills. But unlike the thoroughfare of Grizzly Peak, Creston Road is only one lane wide and a few blocks long. It connects by an even shorter street, Sunset Lane, to the boundary of the regional parkland. On the short stroll to the park one may encounter friendly neighbors out walking with kids and dogs, and possibly families of deer or wild turkeys.
830 Creston Road is a fresh, bright cottage set well back from the street on a woodsy lot. The East side of the house hugs a private, sun-drenched courtyard, while the West side overlooks a breathtaking vista of the San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. The 2-bedroom property also includes a bonus room for a possible 3rd bedroom, as well as a detached studio with a cozy sleeping loft.
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