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Gerald Guay presents:

Exceptional Berkeley home


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This charming corner home is awash with multidirectional natural light throughout the day. It represents an exquisite example of 1930 period charm elegantly infused with contemporary convenience.

Superbly located convenient to U.C. Berkeley Campus, BART, Downtown shops and cafes, Whole Foods and Berkeley Bowl, you will enjoy an exemplary 86 Walk Score and 100 Bike Score!  

This elegant home has been thoughtfully renovated throughout with custom lighting, hardwood flooring, expertly restored period woodwork, dual paned windows, stacked washer and dryer laundry closet, eat-in kitchen with granite counters and stainless appliances.

The double parlor design can be closed off allowing the flexibility of a functional 2nd bedroom/office. There is also an exclusive use storage area with dedicated exterior access.  

Don’t miss this exemplary opportunity to own in Berkeley without need of a car!

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1901 Parker Street #1

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1901 Parker Street #1

You can't get closer to the University of California, Berkeley campus than South Berkeley, the neighborhood originally developed in the 1860s by the school’s predecessor, the College of California. The latter institution may be long gone, but the large, spacious, brown-shingled homes along Allston, Bancroft, Channing, and Dwight ways remain. Densely populated, the neighborhood contains some of the city’s oldest homes.
South Berkeley is a mix of students, longtime residents, businesses, and homes. The major thoroughfares are Telegraph Avenue, Bancroft Way, and Alcatraz Avenue, where street vendors, bookstores, record shops, and inexpensive eateries cater to students. Nightlife is abundant, thanks to the proximity to campus, Zellerbach Hall, and Downtown Berkeley.
Both the Ashby and Downtown Berkeley BART stations serve the neighborhood, as do a number of Alameda-Contra Costa Transit buses, making it a snap to get to downtown San Francisco, local airports, sports stadiums, and other locations in the Bay Area.