The 'Mouser Parson House' is believed to be the first house to be built on Panoramic Hill with alterations made by John Hudson Thomas in the early 1900's. This lovely redwood clad craftsman has gorgeous period details and a storied history. Sited on an oversized lot on the lower portion of Panoramic hill it spans the hillside with a detached garage and swath of land up to the east. The interior is walled in board and batten redwood panels, box beam ceilings, artisan mica-shaded light fixtures, useful built-ins, charming window seats and Bay/GG views. Two fireplaces adorn the home, in the living room and first floor library which hosted remarkable naturalists, John Muir, Ansel Adams and founders of the Sierra Club. Located on lower Panoramic Hill with the best of both worlds: close to incredible hiking trails, both Downtown Berkeley & Elmwood commercial districts as well as the University campus. An exceptional opportunity to be the next caretaker of such a treasured place in time!
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