2335 10th Street – West Berkeley $480,000 – 2 bedroom stand-alone condo
Open Sunday 5 + 12 Oct 2014 2:00 to 4:30
Photo Portfolio and Neighborhood Information at 2335-10th.com
A well-loved private oasis can now be your sanctuary – an easy going and secluded environment you’ll be grateful to return home to.
Jarad & Eva have put 8 years of love and effort into creating a beautiful home which integrates indoor-outdoor living with a serene garden.
A stand-alone private 2 bedroom condominium … no common walls! Catch the morning sun in the living room. The adjoining kitchen/dining room also has access to the private rear yard. The skylights brings light in the rest of the day. You’ll love using the free-standing wood stove on cool winter nights. There’s even a washer and dryer in the kitchen, and attic storage via the pull-down stairs.
An organic garden, filled with drought tolerant, fragrant plants, a three river stone patio, and newly created redwood beds to grow vegetables and fruits.
Not only a peaceful space for you and your family (two and four legged), but a sanctuary for hummingbirds, finches, native bees and monarch butterflies.
West Berkeley Neighborhood
Cafes & Restaurants – Caffe Trieste, Local123, Viks Chaat, Luca Cucina Italiana, Paisan, La Mission, Picante.
International & Ethnic Markets – Berkeley Bowl West (one of the most astonishing groceries we’ve ever seen), Mi Terra Food, Middle East Market, Spanish Table, Vik’s, and Whole Foods coming to Gilman Street.
Nearby – the beautiful new West Berkeley Library, plant nursery, post office, the West Berkeley Design Loop with unique home improvement merchants, wineries, breweries, Nolo Press and Black Oak Books, The Ecology Center, and the Sierra Club. Many of the East Bay Open Studios are nearby – meet with the artists and purchase crafts directly from them.
Parks – Aquatic Park and Berkeley Marin a short distance away
And of course 4th Street with the Apple Store, Builders Booksource, Bette’s Oceanview Diner
AC Transit Bus stops at University and San Pablo Avenue
San Francisco – Board the Transbay G Bus and be in San Francisco in less than 30 minutes.
BART – 51B Bus takes you to Downtown Berkeley BART in about 10 minutes. It’s a short car ride to North Berkeley and Ashby BART stations where you can pick up several different company buses. You can even take BART to San Francisco and Oakland Airports.
Amtrak Capitol Corridor – Take it east to Davis, or south to San Jose – each ride is about 90 minutes and the trains are comfortable, spacious and even have free WiFi
Highway – Pick up I80 at University or Ashby – head west across the beautiful new Bay Bridge to San Francisco … or east to the George Washington Bridge to Manhattan.