Perfectly appointed at the end of a cul-de-sac in the Berkeley Hills, the home is sited to capture spectacular panoramic views of the Bay Area bridges, the San Francisco skyline, Mt Tamalpais, and a lovely glimpse of U.C. Berkeley’s Campanile.
Now on the market for $945,000, the home’s minimalist aesthetic and classic postwar features are just as stunning as they were when they were first introduced—elegant lines, an open-plan layout, floor-to-ceiling glass, and a strong sense of the outdoors. Scroll through for a look inside.
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