In the heart of the Elmwood, this quintessential Berkeley Craftsman was designed by famed architect Leola Hall in 1908. Nestled back from the street as part of a unique four-unit complex, it is technically a site-condo yet feels like a single family home with its own entrance and private garden. Kitchen was recently updated with new cabinets, appliances and countertops. Loads of historical charm such as wood-paneled living/dining rm, gleaming hw floors, library and handsome original fireplace. Embodies both character and utility. Three bedrooms upstairs plus a semi-finished attic via circular staircase for additional flex space. Huge semi-finished basement for addl. storage. Short distance...
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