- 1960 San Antonio Avenue
Sweeping westward from the coastal hills down to the San Francisco Bay is what many consider to be one of the most eclectic and interesting communities of the East Bay, Berkeley, California. Famous for its university, free speech, and fascinating architecture, Berkeley is 18 square miles of distinctive neighborhoods, an intriguing assortment of shops and eateries, and a mix of wealthy professionals, aging hippies, and liberal-minded college students.
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Berkeley Market Snapshot
|Average Size (SqFt):||4,360|
|Average Price / SqFt:||$328|
|Highest Listing Price:||$5,995,000|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$140,000|
|Average Days On Website:|
Homes for sale in Berkeley California
|All Listings||$250,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $750,000|
|$750,000 - $1,000,000||$1,000,000 - $1,250,000||$1,250,000 - $1,500,000|
|$1,500,000 - $1,750,000||$1,750,000 - $2,000,000||$2,250,000 - $2,500,000|
- 2967 Avalon Avenue
- 11 Drury Ct
- 280 Panoramic Way
- 1035 Shattuck Avenue
- 150 Bret Harte Road
- 1130 Besito Avenue
- 11 Tanglewood Rd
- 1470 7th St
- 572 The Alameda
- 2216 Los Angeles Avenue
- 888 Indian Rock Ave
New Listings in BERKELEY
- 888 Indian Rock Ave - $1,795,000
- 1201 Masonic Ave - $845,000
- 2337 Ward St - $1,185,000
- 1401 Northside Ave - $989,000
- 1278 Campus - $1,449,000
- 1639 Delaware St - $885,000
- 1425 8th St - $1,125,000
- 2429 Ninth Street - $1,050,000
The neighborhoods of Central and South Berkeley are full of college town ambiance and sensibilities. It is here that all the trappings of a college town can be found in cafés and bookstores, residential streets, and student housing. In Central and South Berkeley, shingled bungalows and stately Victorians share real estate with inexpensive apartments and university residential halls.
Some of the most coveted real estate in the East Bay can be found to the north of the university, in the Berkeley Hills. Unique single-family homes, designed by some of the most influential 20th century architects in the Bay Area, line the winding, tree-lined streets of the Berkeley Hills. Contemporary and mid-century modern homes designed by the likes of Richard C. Peters, Joseph Esherick, and Harwell Hamilton Harris mingle with earlier homes by John Hudson and Bernard Maybeck to give this area an exclusive, very East Bay character.
Berkeley CA Homes
Real estate in Berkeley is interesting and varied. From grand homes built in the early 1900s to contemporary mid-century gems tucked up in the Berkeley Hills, and affordable condominiums near the UC campus, Berkeley real estate offers homes for every sensibility and many pocketbooks.
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