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Features

Inestimable
Unlike Any Other

It’s Very Large! About 5700 square feet – and it has a Ballroom!

Historic fame, architect John Hudson Thomas, built circa 1915
One of the first homes built in prime North Berkeley Thousand Oaks Neighborhood

This surprising & quite wonderful house is set in Gardens
There are city & South Bay views
Considerable Privacy on over 1/4 acre

Separation affords maximum flexibility –
2 Bedrooms top level;1 Bedroom street level; 1 Bedroom lower level
3 full Baths and 2 half Baths

Entirely wood-lined Ballroom with large stage, about 900 square feet
for musical & theatrical performances –
or really big family room or just hard to find open space
Curved vintage Bar & Kitchenette

Large outdoor performance Pavilion or entertainment deck
Attached garage makes an excellent workshop or studio,
even has windows on 2 sides.

Deluxe Kitchen with fireplace & views over old oaks and other plantings to city & Bay views.
Old & new architectural detailing. Cheerful natural light.
Wondrous windows, many with curved tops.
Fireplaces. Porches. Studies & Sitting Rooms.

It’s quiet and peaceful here. Birds & Bees. Sprawling oaks. And there are Big rock outcroppings to enjoy and also to climb.

Find things here you will find nowhere else!

Floor Plan +




A Look Back




Neighborhood


Thousand Oaks

Tucked in between the Berkeley Hills, Kensington, and the vibrant Solano Avenue shopping district, Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks neighborhood is a family-friendly enclave that boasts a great suburban feel close to the big city. 
Natural rock outcroppings are a notable feature of this neighborhood, with many such formations incorporated into backyards, driveways, and even interior home design. The original developers in Thousand Oaks were sensitive to the natural landscape and laid out the streets to follow the gently curving topography. Ancient oaks were preserved, and the largest rock was donated by the developer and turned into a public park. Today, Great Stone Face Park in the hills is still popular with rock climbers practicing their skills.
Public transportation in Thousand Oaks is great. Several Alameda-Contra Costa Transit transbay buses whisk commuters from Solano Avenue to San Francisco. Residents in Thousand Oaks have two BART stations to choose from: both the El Cerrito Plaza and North Berkeley BART stations are just a few miles away.
Large yards, safe streets, and a quiet vibe make Thousand Oaks popular with families.



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Contact

Anet Tarpoff

Tarpoff & Talbert Ltd.CalBRE# 01064032510-653-2050 office510-629-0466 mobile510-530-7457 faxwww.TarpoffandTalbert.com

Pat Talbert

510.653.2050 office510.530.7457 fax