1135-1139 Spruce Street | Berkeley | $1,995,000
5 Bedroom | 3 Bathroom | 2,466 Sq. Ft. | Lot Size 10,000 Sq. Ft.
- 1135 Spruce Street | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom | 985 Sq. Ft.
- 1137 Spruce Street | 2 Bedrooms |1 Bathroom | 887 Sq. Ft.
- 1139 Spruce Street | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 832 Sq. Ft.
A truly unique, North Berkeley Tudor-style property, consisting of three homes on one lot, offers a singular opportunity to live in one of the East Bay’s most popular neighborhoods. This delightful triad of residences offers “period” style and privacy, in a sought after location, with a tenant-occupied cottage for a fantastic mortgage deferment!
The home’s two front structures are mirror images of each other, featuring tall, vaulted ceilings that give them an expansive feel. Their West facing facade flood the homes with natural light and spectacular sunset colors.
Gleaming hardwood floors reflect the glow from the great room’s floor-to-ceiling leaded glass windows, providing beautiful flow throughout. A tidy brick fireplace provides warmth for cool Bay Area evenings.
A dining area, adjacent to the kitchen provides formal and informal entertainment opportunities - with magnificent views. The second floor balcony, opens to the floor below, takes full advantage of the light, leading into serene living quarters.
The rear residence offers a larger kitchen and dining area, with two bedrooms, both located on the home’s lower level, along with a full bath. Upstairs, a welcoming living room with beautifully framed bay views, complete with a comfortable, cozy dining area.
A galley kitchen offers copious storage opportunities, with direct outdoor access, surrounded by a decking, a mature and verdant yard – the quintessential place for morning coffee. A small, window clad cabin in a garden niche offers privacy and creative appeal for a writer, child adventurer, and everyone in between.
Located near the base of Spruce Street, 1139 Spruce Street offers easy access to North Berkeley’s, world-famous eateries and landmarks, like Chez Panisse, Bar Cesar, Saul’s Deli, the Cheese Board, and the original Peet’s Coffee at Vine and Walnut. Just up the street, tennis lovers will enjoy a few sets surrounded by Berkeley’s exquisite Rose Garden and spectacular San Francisco Bay views.