Melding the best of history and modern conveniences, this townhouse is, quite literally, just steps to the wonderfully vibrant shopping district of Fourth Street in Berkeley — proving you really can have it all.

Built in 1880 and fully redone in 1995, the home offers plenty of space to live, work and play. Light just pours in, and interesting architectural details abound, including unique plaster walls, high ceilings and numerous skylights.

The street level is spacious and flexible; it is used as a principal bedroom and home office by the current owners. This space has an eclectic bathroom with a clawfoot tub and two large closet areas, one with a chic Asian-inspired door. Accessed through French doors front and back, this room opens wide to the lovely, sunny backyard, which offers both a stone patio and a beautiful planted garden — the perfect, private place to relax and unwind.

Upstairs, you’ll find bamboo floors, an exquisite sense of design and soaring 16-foot-high ceilings. A window frames the backyard view, and the modern, open kitchen/dining area provides plenty of storage. This level also houses a living room, the second bedroom and a spacious, windowed bathroom with laundry closet. A sweet Juliet balcony opens the front of the house to the sky.

Close to the Berkeley Marina and all the restaurants, shops and amenities of Fourth Street, with easy commute options to San Francisco, this is an exceptional opportunity to live the best Berkeley lifestyle.


Convenient access to highways, oceanside public parks, and public transit are just a few of the reasons that make  West Berkeley a popular Bay Area neighborhood.

Custom, newly-built homes and bungalows dating back to the 1910s make up most of the real estate in Northwest Berkeley. Aside from the close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, West Berkeley residents also enjoy a variety of shopping centers, restaurants, and outdoor sports complexes.

Berkeley Marina is less than two miles from Northwest Berkeley, and a popular place to get away from the intense bustle of Berkeley. The marina features over 100 acres of space at the park, there are a variety of amenities available: Notable amenities include an off-leash dog park, an incredible Adventure Playground for the kids, picnic areas, and over 7 miles of trails.

From popular retail stores to great local restaurants, Fourth Street always is the premium shopping district in Berkeley - and has always something fun to explore.

Stay up to date with the latest iPhone or iPad with a visit to the Apple store, or find the best athleticwear for him or her at lululemon. During your shopping adventure, feel free to stop into one of Fourth Street’s many restaurants, including Bette’s-To-Go and Pollara Pizzeria.

There are a variety of commuting options for those who call West Berkeley home. UC Berkeley is a short drive or bus ride down University Avenue, and the North Berkeley BART Station is located near the eastern section of the neighborhood. Plus, West Berkeley residents with a car can utilize Interstate 80 to connect with the Bay Bridge and be in the heart of San Francisco in less than 30 minutes.


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(510) 417-9390
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Anna Bellomo

Founder/RealtorDistrict HomesDRE# 01822897(510) 417-9390

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