Home of the Week: All About the Details in Berkeley

1591 La Vereda Entryway. April 30,2012 Home of the Week: Detail-Oriented in Berkeley

A stained glass window at the entry extends quite a welcome.

Our custom-built Home of the Week features beautiful artistic details amongst thoughtfully laid out spaces in a prime real estate area in Berkeley.

Highlights of this home include custom art from Ray Rice, a founding member of the Mendocino Art Center, with a stained glass element at the entry and a mosaic set over the fireplace.  The grand living room features vaulted ceilings and French doors with clerestory windows offering additional natural light.

From the open beam ceiling in the spacious master, to the flow of the accommodating floor plan, and the balcony’s outlooks towards the Golden Gate Bridge, it’s absolutely acceptable to get lost in the details when it comes to our Home of the Week.

1591 La Vereda Mosaic Detail, April 30, 2012 Home of the Week: Detail-Oriented in Berkeley

  • 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
  • tree-lined street location near Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto
  • first time on the market since the 1960s
  • outdoor access from nearly every room
  • ground floor bonus room

Offered at $999,000

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