All property photos
Click to View
Floor plans and site plans are for your convenience only. Measurements on Floor Plans and Site Plans may differ from those on public record. Neither seller nor agent can confirm sqft or room count. Buyers are encouraged to do their own investigations if that is important to them.
High on a hill with views of Solano Ave. and the Berkeley Hills beyond this majestic, sun-drenched North Berkeley hideaway is a generlously proportioned 2+bed/2bath entertainers dream. Situated on 7450 sqft lot with resort like front yard, a roof top deck over the attached garage, a kitchen garden and a private shaded back garden + garden shed awaiting your imagination. This property is all about indoor/outdoor flow. Do not miss the lower level with the "Room of Endless Possibilities" This could be a kids hangout, an artist retreat, a home office or zoom room or so much more. There is also plentiful storage on this level as well as a workshop area and interior access to a modern 2 car garage. Back upstairs the seller has created a delightful mudroom/laundry area with utility sink and easy access to the back yard. This house is the perfect home for entertainers or someone who wants to putter around the house. There is something for everyone.
Sun 10/16 2-4:30
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Valerie Ruma
Tucked in between the Berkeley Hills, Kensington, and the vibrant Solano Avenue shopping district, Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks neighborhood is a family-friendly enclave that boasts a great suburban feel close to the big city.
Natural rock outcroppings are a notable feature of this neighborhood, with many such formations incorporated into backyards, driveways, and even interior home design. The original developers in Thousand Oaks were sensitive to the natural landscape and laid out the streets to follow the gently curving topography. Ancient oaks were preserved, and the largest rock was donated by the developer and turned into a public park. Today, Great Stone Face Park in the hills is still popular with rock climbers practicing their skills.
Public transportation in Thousand Oaks is great. Several Alameda-Contra Costa Transit transbay buses whisk commuters from Solano Avenue to San Francisco. Residents in Thousand Oaks have two BART stations to choose from: both the El Cerrito Plaza and North Berkeley BART stations are just a few miles away.
Large yards, safe streets, and a quiet vibe make Thousand Oaks popular with families.