77 Rock Lane | Berkeley
A modern masterpiece sheathed in shake shingle and glass, 77 Rock Lane is another example of Berkeley’s dedication to artful architecture. Nestled among the winding streets of North Berkeley’s Cragmont Neighborhood, this singular three-bedroom, two-bathroom home offers metro conveniences in a surprisingly private and wooded location.
Step into a spacious living room flooded with sunlight from floor to ceiling walls of glass, beamed ceilings, and modern home amenities. 77 Rock Lane’s great room was designed to communicate with nature on an ongoing basis.
Then, there are the views. The rear facade of this 1980’s-era home faces west for nightly performances of legendary Bay Area sunsets over the Golden Gate Bridge from a first and second floor decks.
A sleek, ultramodern kitchen features chef-worthy appliances, ample storage and plenty of marble-topped counter space for creativity. A skylight over the breakfast nook brings plenty of light into this cheerful and efficient galley. Nearby, a formal dining room is just right for special occasions.
Upstairs, the main bedroom is an homage to the home’s wooded environment, with gorgeous plank paneling beneath vaulted ceilings. French doors lead outdoors to a 2nd floor deck overlooking the Bay. Two other upstairs bedrooms provide private accommodations for the family.
Downstairs, a partially finished basement awaits your imagination. 77 Rock Lane’s detached garage also provides the option for housing cars, or becoming an ADU for friends, family, or an au pair.
Moments from North Berkeley’s nexus of shops and world-renowned restaurants, 77 Rock Lane is an ideal home for UC Berkeley educators, professionals who need easy access to the entire Bay Area, or anyone who loves living in a natural environment.