Berkeley’s Elmwood District and Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood are divided by a city line, and shares in the abundance of early 20th-century Craftsmen and Brown Shingle homes. This bustling College Avenue neighborhood is known for great shopping, fantastic restaurants, and the Julia Morgan Theater. Home prices rate among the East Bay’s highest due to Elmwood’s amazing “Walkscores,” and proximity to the UC Berkeley campus.
With its much-coveted elementary school, and landmark grocery store - Monterey Market Produce – Thousand Oaks is a foodie and family friendly neighborhood!
Home to world-renowned eatery, Chez Panisse, and other food-centric businesses and eateries, the Gourmet Ghetto puts you in the heart of Berkeley’s bustling food Mecca. Combined with terrific shopping, exceptional architecture - modern and historical, the Gourmet Ghetto residents take great pride in their homes – and well tended gardens. An inviting and welcoming community, with food culture at its core.
The North Berkeley Hills
Can you say Golden Gate Views? The North Berkeley Hills are home to expansive, stately homes with magnificent grounds and breathtaking views. Popular with U.C. faculty for over a century, the Berkeley Hills provide easy access to open spaces and the beautiful East Bay Regional Parks. Home to award-winning Cragmont Elementary.