Berkeley's historical Elmwood House, a 1905 Edwardian duplex, is a very early and prominent landmark in Berkeley's...More information +
Berkeley's historical Elmwood House, a 1905 Edwardian duplex, is a very early and prominent landmark in Berkeley's sought-after Elmwood district. This is one of Berkeley's grand old dames with original details, much character and wonderful architectural detail yet updated kitchen and bath. Located in one of Berkeley's most loved neighborhoods where family pot-luck dinners are common on front lawns throughout summer, tree-lined streets are teeming with kids on bicycles, neighbors gather on front porches and street corners, and history and brown-shingle homes abound, the Elmwood is one of Berkeley's most prized neighborhoods!
This lovely quintessential Berkeley home is located on a quiet Cul-de-sac in a friendly neighborhood. It is a wonderfully bright, sunny and spacious period residence, luxuriously appointed and ideally located within walking distance of College and Telegraph Avenues where you will find fine dining, ethnic restaurants, bookstores, theatre, and UCB campus.