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Elegant. Simple. Perfect.
Presenting a Rare, Exciting Opportunity!
Share this level northwest Berkeley lot and occupy a gorgeous state-of-the-art newly built structure by becoming a tenants-in-common (TIC) owner. This exquisitely designed 2-bedroom, 2 bath stand-alone ADU is sited behind the original 2-bedroom, 1 bath home (1427 10th). Architect-designed and quality built, boasting dramatic high ceilings, abundant light, radiant heat floors, elegant simple lines, 4.5 kW solar array and level-in one-story living, 1429 10th Street has a simple, warm elegance. Within its compact footprint is an excellent separation between the two bedrooms, including the primary en-suite bedroom with walk-in closet and a large attic storage. The kitchen, dining and living rooms flow into one another creating an airy fun space. Sited at the rear of a two-building lot, this peaceful setting also includes a cedar hot tub and spacious deck with sliding doors from the primary bedroom as well as dining room.
2 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
HOUSE: 931 SQUARE FEET (PER OPEN HOMES PHOTOGRAPHY)
T.I.C. OWNERSHIP WITH 1427 10TH STREET (A 2 BDRM/1 BATH OWNER-OCCUPIED HOME)
West of San Pablo Avenue and east of the San Francisco Bay sits West Berkeley. Previously known as Ocean View, West Berkeley sits at an average elevation of just 23 feet. Historically an industrial area, West Berkeley now has plenty of commerce, anchored by the 4th Street district. Visitors to this part of the neighborhood will find dozens of shops, cafes, and restaurants, including Spenger’s Fresh Fish Grotto, a designated city landmark. A number of businesses and eateries also line the Gilman Street corridor, including a Whole Foods Market and Pyramid Alehouse Brewery & Restaurant. West Berkeley is home to the Berkeley Marina, McLaughlin Eastshore State Park, and horse-racing facility Golden Gate Fields -- all great places to enjoy a sunny afternoon. Interstate 80 offers a direct drive into San Francisco, and two local Alameda-Contra Costa Transit buses offer transbay service. The Delaware Street Historic District has many quaint houses and several city landmarks.