99 Codornices Road captures all the romance of the North Berkeley Hills, while being conveniently located within walking distance of amenities and attractions and just steps away from the Rose Garden and Codornices Park. Designed in 1938 by John Altermatt in the style of Maybeck and Gutterson's Rose Walk development nearby, this home is an authentic expression of the Arts and Crafts movement. The focal point of the structure is a dramatic two-story great room with original teak floors and sweeping views of the Bay and Mt Tam. This home is uniquely secluded on a large lot with towering redwoods, live oaks, and Monterey pines. Enjoy the deep soaking tub and large walk-in closet in the recently remodeled master with views of San Francisco and Bay Bridge. Hot Water on demand system. Views of the Golden Gate bridge to the West, lush woods to the North, and flowering trees in the terraced garden to the South. Lower level has potential to be used as spacious in-law.
Bay, Bay Bridge, City Lights, San Francisco, Wooded, Forest, Golden Gate Bridge
Brick, Living Room, Woodburning
Irregular, Secluded, Down Slope
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