BERKELEY, CA — This modern home has 13′ ceilings, giant windows punctuating every room, jaw dropping San Francisco Bay views and excellent separation of space including 2 offices, a family-media-exercise room, and four bedrooms, four bathrooms.
The exceptional quality and intelligent design choices, including serene yet practical landscaping, to create seamless in-door out-door living.
The home was designed by Gerald McCue, former Chairman of UC Berkeley Architecture School, now Dean of Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, in 1967.
It has been beautifully updated.
See 40 photos. Imagine sitting by that fire pit and enjoying the exceptional view.
- Address: 2902 Buena Vista Way, Berkeley, California
- Price: $4,295,000
- Square Feet: 3844
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3 Full and 1 Half Baths
- Built: 1967
- Features: SOPHISTICATED LOFT-LIKE HOME in the HILLS designed by award-winning architect Gerald McCue. This house is a rare find, on coveted Buena Vista Way, with other distinctive homes by the likes of Maybeck, John Hudson Thomas and Walter Radcliff. In the spirit of McCue’s original vision and the bucolic setting, the current owners lifted this home to the next level of elegant simplicity while preserving its bones and providing for the needs of a modern family. Minutes from UC Campus, Tilden, the Gourmet Ghetto shops.
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