One of Berkeley's most historically significant brown shingle homes. The Gifford McGrew House was "designed by Bernard Maybeck, executed by Charles Keeler, with advice from McGrew's friend Joseph Worcester" according to architectural historian Leslie Freudenheim. An ideal residence for anyone with an appreciation of the Craftsman movement, the home's exquisitely maintained, period correct details are sure to delight. Updated in an aesthetically choice, precise and lovely manner, this 4+bedroom home has an amazing primary bedroom suite with views, large lovely bedrooms, and a wonderful main level. The outdoor lawns are wonderful and the whole home is super convenient to everything the Elmwood has to offer. Just a marvelous property!