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Price:$1,695,000
Beds:5
Baths:3
Size SqFt:2693
Year Built:1929
Parking:2 Parking Spaces

Property Description

2387 Cedar Street is a charming tudor style home set in the North Berkeley hills. Lovingly maintained by the owners for the past 30 years, this storybook home provides an ideal blend of period details and modern finishes. The kitchen has been updated with white tile backsplash, cherry cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. On opposite ends of the kitchen are a breakfast nook and a formal dining room. The living room is complete with the original fireplace and arched windows. The lower level also includes a full bedroom with an en suite bathroom and can be used as a media room, den, or guest quarters. Upstairs you will find four additional bedrooms and two full bathrooms. The master suite includes a gas fireplace and a private deck overlooking the landscaped backyard. Connected to the master bedroom via a jack-and-jill bathroom is a second bedroom, den, or dressing room. A drop-down ladder in another bedroom provides access to the attic and the roof deck with views of San Francisco, the bay, and on clear days, the Golden Gate Bridge. North Berkeley is an enclave in and of itself. Foodies will love that the home is walking distance to Berkeley’s “Gourmet Ghetto,” which includes the famed Chez Panisse, Cheese Board Pizza, Gregoire, Saul’s Delicatessen, Triple Rock Brewery, and the original Peet’s Coffee. The schools in the area include the Berkeley Rose Waldorf School, Bayhill High School, Whittier School, and of course, UC Berkeley. Commuting is a breeze. Your new home is just a 20-minute walk to the Downtown Berkeley BART station, or a 10-minute drive to the North Berkeley BART station. Home Upgrades (per seller): – Foundation updated with concrete and knee braces – Seismic upgrades include shear walls on both levels and all four sides of the home, Simpson Strong Tie hold-downs throughout – Garden level deck restored in 2018 – Exterior repainted and woodwork restored in 2016 – 50 year timberline architectural grade roof replaced in 2013 – Kitchen enlarged and remodeled in 2001 – Split zone gas furnaces installed in 2001 – Updated copper plumbing – 4 electric load centers supporting 68 circuits – Sewer lateral replaced – Water line to house replaced – Updated brick porch on concrete foundation – Marvin double-paned windows and patio doors – Bathrooms remodeled and updated with marble finishes 
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