1937 Edwin Lewis Snyder colonial built on the site of former Taylor Estate. The location is ultimate with glorious views of the SF Bay area. Sited on a private road off The Uplands near the top of the cul-de-sac. Views, privacy and an opportunity to create something spectacular!
JUST SOLD: $2,450,000
The 'Mouser Parson House' is believed to be the first house to be built on Panoramic Hill with alterations made by John Hudson Thomas in the early 1900's. This lovely redwood clad craftsman has gorgeous period details, Bay-Golden Gate views and a storied history.
JUST SOLD: $1,700,000
Sited on the crest of the convenient Hiller Highlands community, this corner unit is modernized with sophisticated finishes and classic design. An open floor-plan with soaring ceilings, skylights, recessed lighting, hardwood floors and wonderful natural light.
www.454HillerDr.com JUST SOLD - $1,205,000
Perched on Panoramic Hill this midcentury retreat has tremendous SF Bay views! Random plank hardwood floors, clever built-ins, two decks plus ample hillside to garden and a wall of windows to bask in the glorious SFBay and hillside views.
www.490Panoramic.com JUST SOLD - $950,000
Located in the heart of Glenview, this renovated California bungalow was reimagined by Jarvis Architects. The street is lovely, treelined and just two blocks from Glenview Elementary, near Dimond Park and all the amenities/restaurants of Park Blvd.
www.4010Everett.com JUST SOLD - $1,775,000
Located in the lower and accessible Claremont Hills. This is a gorgeous gated estate with tremendous privacy and extraordinary landscaping. Stylishly updated throughout with modern and timeless sensibility. Plus the addition of a new designer ADU in the backyard allows for flexibility in life and living.
www.24VicenteRd.com JUST SOLD - $3,526,000
Designed by architect Paul Wang and nestled among majestic trees in the North Berkeley Hills. Captivating sight lines, vaulted ceilings and skylights capture the natural progression of light. There is a seamless connection to the nature that surrounds the property, with each window effortlessly framing the sublime tree top views.
www.2764ShastaRd.com JUST SOLD - $1,300,000
260 Panoramic Way...is a most amazing big-view retreat! Located in the historic Panoramic Hill neighborhood, this 1935 brown shingle home has had an extensive architectural remodel, creating a one-of-a-kind magical, romantic, serene, private and inspiring place to call home.
www.260panoramic.com. JUST SOLD - $2,660,000
Sited on a cul-de-sac of Panoramic Hill 50 Arden Rd is a classic home with expansive views of the entire San Francisco Bay.
Once inside the redwood walled living and dining rooms, vaulted ceilings, shoji screens and copper trimmed fireplace all speak to an era when craftsmanship soared.
www.50ArdenRd.com JUST SOLD - $2,100,000
Designed by local craftsman Berton D. Garey and built in 1981 resides a custom home with exceptional finishes and expansive views of the entire San Francisco Bay Area. Nearly level in off a small cul-de-sac, it strikes a masterful balance with the natural landscape. Sited on a third of an acre, the grounds are private, lushly landscaped and studded with spectacular trees.
www.3333Dwight.com JUST SOLD - $2,300,000
Designed by noted architect W.H. Hooper this Spanish Mediterranean is an exceptional Berkeley Hills home. The generous living spaces are timeless with floor to ceiling windows that showcase tremendous San Francisco Bay views.
Authentic period details at every arch, curve and corner blended with masterful modern updates.
www.836Spruce.com JUST SOLD- $3,000,000
Sited on a prominent corner lot this impeccably landscaped ranch has been tastefully remodeled throughout. All on one level the garden and home have the perfect indoor/outdoor flow with verdant views from nearly every window.
JUST SOLD - $1,449,000
A rare offering in vibrant downtown Oakland, 816 Alice is a one of a kind property offering a flexible floor plan ideal for artists, makers, creatives and entrepreneurs. The structure is two stories with the main living spaces on the second floor and a studio/office plus storefront on the street level.
JUST SOLD - $1,600,000
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 the natural landscapes. Sited on nearly half of an acre, the grounds are private, set back from the street and studded with spectacular trees.
www.2805HilgardAve.com JUST SOLD - $1,900,000
Sited on an expansive lot and designed by acclaimed architect Roland I. Stringham resides one of Berkeleys treasured homes. This home is nestled in a historic neighborhood surrounded by extraordinary gardens that showcase its preserved architectural details.
JUST SOLD - $2,318,000
Originally built in 1908 and later expanded by a previous owner/architect it carefully blends the original craftsman charm with sweeping modern lines and vaulted ceilings.
JUST SOLD $1,235,000
Perched in the Berkeley Hills below Grizzly Peak is 1457 Olympus Ave. It was designed with the rhythmic sight lines of vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, skylights and walls of glass that capture the natural progression of light and spectacular SF bay views.
Built in 2016 from the ground up and designed by Baran Studios, 43rd exemplifies sleek minimalist design. With 10ft soaring ceilings and walls glass it is California indoor-outdoor living at its best.
2810 Fulton St., Berkeley
A quintessential home in one of Berkeley's most beloved and central neighborhoods. With its classically laid out floor-plan and modern updates Fulton embodies a sanctuary of home and garden. 4++ bedrooms and 2 baths
Nestled on a favored cul-de-sac off Broadway Terrace. Updated throughout with all the modern amenities and sited on an expansive lot with dramatic views of the San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Mt. Tam and the Oakland Hills.
Perched on a knoll above the Arlington Fountain, high enough to have dead-on Golden Gate views but low enough to stroll to all things North Berkeley. Solano and Shattuck Avenues are steps away. An exception home with period details, grand rooms and meticulously landscaped gardens.
Classic Berkeley Edwardian style home a stone’s throw from BART! Traditional layout with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths plus a bonus room. Stylishly updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances and gleaming hardwood floors throughout. Separate pantry/laundry area and large 2 car carport for parking or projects!
2421 Roosevelt Ave., Berkeley
A quintessential Berkeley brown shingle, 2421 is a stand-alone condo, one of two units. Classically laid out across two stories it has four bedrooms and three baths inclusive of an attached studio in-law unit. This charming home resides in one of Berkeley's most coveted neighborhoods, tree-lined and tranquil.
1006 Overlook Ave., Berkeley
Built in 2015 and inspired by the simplicity and functionality of Scandinavian design. The vaulted ceilings center at a 14ft ridge beam and skylights flood the main level living spaces with natural light and tree line vistas.
Mariposa is one of the most coveted single blocks in North Berkeley, a broad, tree-lined enclave of single-family homes. Incredible proximity to the amenities on Solano Avenue, Monterey/Hopkins, as well as Gourmet Ghetto.
Designed by John Hans Ostwald. This mid-century masterpiece is perched on a dramatic pinnacle of Panoramic hill and offers some of the most expansive and extraordinary views of the entire San Francisco Bay area.
A Quintessential Craftsman located on a coveted cul-de-sac right off Piedmont ave. Original charm, modernized kitchen plus a separate detached guest house. A truly special home in a perfect location!