814 Euclid Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94708
3+ Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms | 1,619 Sq.Ft.
With its West facing facade capturing amazing SF Bay Vistas, and Golden Gate views from nearly every room in the house, 814 Euclid Avenue offers the best of Berkeley Hills living in a serenely quiet neighborhood. Constructed in 1925, this impeccably maintained nearly century-old Tudor-inspired Craftsman home was built during the heyday of abundant old-growth Redwood — and superlative craftsmanship.
Enter the home’s inviting living room with beamed ceilings, picture-perfect Bay views, and a cozy fireplace for cool Berkeley evenings. Beautiful hardwood oak flooring reflects the abundant natural light, imbuing the home with a subtle golden glow throughout.
814 Euclid's elegant dining room is sure to inspire formal (and informal) meals—if only to enjoy the views from stylish alcove windows. Adjacent, a large kitchen, with a charming rustic vibe and countless amenities, offers enviable storage and counter space, chef-worthy appliances, and direct access to an outdoor balcony overlooking the Bay via large sliding glass doors. A step-saving laundry room off the kitchen offers convenience on cleaning days.
Upstairs, the home’s three bedrooms offer comfortable accommodations with period-perfect details including leaded glass and dormer windows, beneath distinctive beveled ceilings. The main bedroom, a spacious en suite, is complemented by two additional bedrooms, all providing stunning views and plenty of natural light, and a charming tiled period bathroom for added convenience.
The home’s level, fully fenced backyard beckons you for barbecues, or gardening as you “putter” among the roses and other mature plantings. Speaking of roses, 814 Euclid Avenue is located in the heart of the Berkeley Hills, with enviable proximity to the fabled Berkeley Rose Gardens (and tennis courts), and the rambling open spaces of Tilden Park.
A stand-alone studio apartment in the lower level of the home adds options for friends, family, or as an au pair quarters.
The neighborhood offers plenty of street parking, but the home’s attached garage provides secure accommodation for your car, or other vehicles and toys.
814 Euclid is conveniently located along the #65 AC Transit bus line, putting you just a few stops from the UC Berkeley campus, North Berkeley’s shopping, and dining district — or the great outdoors surrounding Tilden Park’s Grizzly Peak.