A block above Spruce Street in a central North Berkeley location, this fantastically up to date two-unit house gives you a pleasant way of life close to Berkeleyʼs Gourmet Ghetto. Stylish modern design integrates the house and entrance backyard whereas preserving unique architectural particulars.

A staircase leads straight as much as the higher unit (900-plus sq. toes). The bigger primary house spans two ranges — 2,700 sq. toes with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bogs.

As you open the entrance door, a view of the Golden Gate welcomes you. The extensive home windows of a big solarium put you in the middle of expansive water views, neighboring bushes and the altering sky. Built in 1920, the basic dwelling and eating rooms retain their unique design whereas skylights, up to date lighting and flooring carry a modern type. A renovated eat-in kitchen gives room for everybody to hitch in getting ready a feast. The view deck creates nice indoor-outside stream from the eating roomʼs French doorways to the glass doorways of the solarium, united by the spacious front room. Morning solar, backyard and hillside views brighten the master bedroom.

This up to date two-unit house constructed in 1920 is a divine place to entertain and soak up the views. 

Stairs lead right down to the storage, giant household room, den and a bed room and toilet, opening to the massive yard with deck, garden, fruit bushes and room to backyard. The higher unit is a magical house centered by a front room with pure wooden partitions and arched ceiling. Bay views greet you from almost each room whereas skylights and two decks broaden the indoor-outside expertise in this two-bed room, one-toilet retreat. Come and go to!

Location: 1150-52 Arch St., Berkeley
Price: $1,850,000
Visit: www.1150Arch.com
Listing agent: Karen Nelsen, 510-912-8681 Broker-Associate, Compass KarenN@compass.com DRE#01774094