Berkeley, California, United States
Named "the tree house", this 2 bedroom 1.5 bathroom tastefully furnished craftsman A-Frame is situated above the tree line on a quiet street in the Berkeley Hills with wonderful outdoor yard space, a large wrap around deck and sweeping city, bay, bridge and ocean views. Designed and built by engineer Wally Reemelin in 1948, the home was once featured in Sunset Magazine and is documented as the first A-Frame style home of its kind. The house has been recently updated with a new foundation and roof, new heating and cooling units, a functioning wood burning stove, a remodeled bathroom (in marble) with a cast iron tub, remodeled modern kitchen with dishwasher, 900+ sq.ft deck and many more details. There is an additional work shed with a new washer and dryer.
2 Months | Dates are flexible for this listing
North Berkeley Hills
Oakland | San Francisco
Comments: Berkeley Hills, Gourmet Ghetto, North Berkeley, UC Berkeley
High Speed Internet
Balcony or Patio
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