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Curbed highlights Nancy Noman’s renovated 1933 Berkeley beauty

Renovated 1933 Berkeley home seeks $1.09 million

Located near the gastronomically prized gourmet ghetto area of Berkeley, this circa-1933 home has been extensively remodeled and maintained by architect Jerzy Wollak, who lived here for 20 years. The results are contemporary but hardly antiseptic.

Coming in at three beds, two baths, and 1,567 square feet, 1615 La Vereda Road has a point of view. Wood paneled ceiling, wood floors, and beamed ceilings all work in unison with the arboreal setting just outside.

Asking is $1,095,000.

Listing agent:
Nancy Noman, Pacific Union International Oakland/Montclair office

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