This traditional Thousand Oaks home is located at the tip of a charming street that meanders south across Solano to Marin Ave. As you enter, you’ll be struck by the warmth and volume of the living room, with a beamed high ceiling, brick fireplace, and distinctive arched window flanked by built-ins. It adjoins a spacious formal dining room, together forming a compelling great room. Three bedrooms (including one master) and two updated baths are all on the main level. And there is an excellent separation between public rooms and bedrooms.
The recently updated kitchen has an eat-in area as well as a laundry closet. Refinished wood floors and fresh paint are complemented by the bright light that inundates the home. French doors from both the kitchen and master bedroom open onto a large deck and level yard–great for indoor-outdoor living. Downstairs you’ll find a large bonus room, 1-car garage with interior access, and plenty of storage.
Thousand Oaks is one of the most sought-after residential enclaves in Berkeley. You’re close enough for an easy stroll to Solano Ave. and Colusa Circle, with all the neighborhood amenities they offer. On the practical side, it’s close to Safeway, Andronico’s, and the Kensington Farmer’s Market. And it’s conveniently located for access to San Francisco via BART or AC Transit.
Per public records:
- 1,353 sq ft living area
- 5,000 sq ft lot
- Built in 1929
This rarely available home has been in the same family for almost half a century.
Listed for $899,000
Sold for $1,075,000