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Midcentury Berkeley treehouse lists for $1.4m

ROSELLA DEGORI | thespaces.com

Perching on the side of a tree-covered hillside, this Berkeley home feels very much like a grown-up’s treehouse thanks to wraparound terraces and floor-to-ceiling windows that capture views across the San Francisco Bay and Mount Tamalpais.

Listed with Nancy Noman of Compass for $1.395m, the Panoramic Hill property was constructed in 1955 with local redwood timber, which features heavily across its interiors to heighten the cabin vibe. Living spaces are set across two levels, with the living room and kitchen on the upper level opening onto an outdoor dining area.

Click here to view the listing via compass.com.

View of the dining room, showing wood floors, walls, and ceiling
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While the main bedroom is located off the living room, an en suite bedroom and office are tucked in the lower level alongside a ‘wet bar’ and study. They too are enveloped in rustic redwood, with a mix of clerestory windows and sliding glass doors drawing in light to the interiors, as well as original built-in storage.

Take a look around.

Kitchen, featuring teal cabinets
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Living room, featuring views of the ocean
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Deck, showing views of the ocean
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Living room area, showing a fireplace
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Bedroom, featuring wood interior
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Aerial exterior view, showing the home build on the side of a mountain
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