Perched on a steep and wooded slope in the Panoramic Hill neighborhood of Berkeley, California, the midcentury-modern day home at 564 Dwight Put overlooks the San Francisco Bay with spectacular sights of Mount Tamalpais in the length.
The two-story dwelling was constructed in 1955 and capabilities an all-redwood interior. Flooring-to-ceiling home windows provide sweeping vistas from the most important gathering spaces on both of those levels.
On the higher floor, a refreshed kitchen area with quartz countertops sits in close proximity to a quaint dining space bordered by sliding glass doorways that open to a included deck with enough place for al fresco meals. A freestanding fire in the residing space adds to the home’s cozy really feel just actions absent from a single of two en suite bedrooms in the 2,036-square-foot home.
In addition to an en suite bathtub with a skylight, the key bedroom features a peaceful lounge location with huge picture home windows that appear out on to a Zen backyard. An out of doors stairway connects this component of the residence to a private business, or “Zoom room,” on the reduce stage.
Downstairs, the two-bed room dwelling hosts a wet bar spot, a personal review with built-ins, and an extra rest room. Scroll on to see additional of the 1955 Berkeley home, now detailed at $1,395,000.
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