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Features

Designed by A.Steiner in 1953, this architectural beauty is a showcase of the mid-century ideal of blending the indoor with the outdoor. Kitchen, living and dining areas seamlessly connect to the center courtyard, surrounded by mature landscaping and the quintessential granite outcroppings often found in this neighborhood. 
 
Throughout the house the meticulous renovation has preserved original details while adding conveniences of a modern home: new floors throughout, new decks, remodeled bathrooms and a fabulous gourmet kitchen with new Viking appliances are just some of the upgrades.
 
In the backyard an incredible detached structure continues to highlight the paradigms of that period, when designers admired the Japanese architectural practice of sliding exterior walls to invite nature in. The uses for this spacious outbuilding are endless.
 
In the heart of Thousand Oaks this home feels secluded and private yet  is just a few minutes from transportation (TransBay Bus to SF) and all of the restaurants, cafes and shopping options that Solano Ave offers.
 
Features
 
- Over 2,000 sqft of living space (per public record), 4 bedrooms and 3 fully remodeled bathrooms.
- 12,296 sqft lot (per public record).
- Gourmet kitchen with brand new Viking appliances.
- New engineered hardwood floors, new back decks, updated electrical.
- Convenient two car garage with new door.
- Mature landscaping with exterior lighting.
- Asian-inspired outbuilding with metal roof (approx. 500sqft).
 

Neighborhood


Tucked in between the Berkeley Hills, Kensington, and the vibrant Solano Avenue shopping district, Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks neighborhood is a family-friendly enclave that boasts a great suburban feel close to the big city.

Natural rock outcroppings are a notable feature of this neighborhood, with many such formations incorporated into backyards, driveways, and even interior home design. The original developers in Thousand Oaks were sensitive to the natural landscape and laid out the streets to follow the gently curving topography. Ancient oaks were preserved, and the largest rock was donated by the developer and turned into a public park. Today, Great Stone Face Park in the hills is still popular with rock climbers practicing their skills.

Public transportation in Thousand Oaks is great. Several Alameda-Contra Costa Transit transbay buses whisk commuters from Solano Avenue to San Francisco. Residents in Thousand Oaks have two BART stations to choose from: both the El Cerrito Plaza and North Berkeley BART stations are just a few miles away.

Large yards, safe streets, and a quiet vibe make Thousand Oaks popular with families.



Schedule

Open Houses:

Sunday, August 4th, 2:00-4:00pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:


Contact Anna Bellomo
(510) 417-9390
[email protected]

Contact

Anna Bellomo

Founder/RealtorDistrict HomescalDRE# 01822897(510) 417-9390 officewww.annabellomo.com