Nestled in the hillside and at the end of cul-de-sac resides a one of a kind mid-century sanctuary that offers the utmost privacy and expansive views of the entire San Francisco Bay area. Designed in 1951 and later expanded on by the famed architect John Hans Ostwald it strikes a masterful balance between the surrounding urban and natural landscapes. The living rooms showcase geometric vaulted ceilings, built in shelving and two sides of glass bringing the outside in. Lovely light filled living spaces, a capacious eat-in kitchen with fireplace, four bedrooms - three en-suite, ample storage, a tremendous upper level family/library room, two-car car-port, exterior funicular, patios and decks to soak in the natural beauty. The original architecture; redwood paneling, slate and oak floors, beamed ceilings and custom veneered cabinetry all preserved. First time on the market in over 50 years, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to customize a historic North Berkeley midcentury.
Thoughts about this property? Write them down for quick reference the next time you view this property.