Perched on a steep and wooded slope in the Panoramic Hill neighborhood of Berkeley, California, the midcentury-modern residence at 564 Dwight Place overlooks the San Francisco Bay with impressive views of Mount Tamalpais in the distance.
Located in Berkeley, California, the residence at 564 Dwight Place overlooks the San Francisco Bay with impressive views of Mount Tamalpais in the distance.
The two-story dwelling was built in 1955 and features an all-redwood interior. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer sweeping vistas from the primary gathering spaces on both levels.
The two-story dwelling was built in 1955 and features an all-redwood interior.
The refreshed kitchen boasts quartz countertops and large picture windows.
Sliding glass doors open to a covered deck with ample space for al fresco dining.
The residence is perched on a wooded slope in Berkeley’s Panoramic Hill neighborhood.
On the upper floor, a refreshed kitchen with quartz countertops sits near a quaint dining area bordered by sliding glass doors that open to a covered deck with ample space for al fresco meals. A freestanding fireplace in the living room adds to the home’s cozy feel just steps away from one of two en suite bedrooms in the 2,036-square-foot residence.
A freestanding fireplace in the living room sits just steps from the primary sleeping area.
The 2,036-square-foot dwelling includes two bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms.
The primary bedroom sits on the home’s upper level.
A skylight directly above the vanity illuminates the en suite bathroom.
In addition to an en suite bath with a skylight, the primary bedroom includes a peaceful lounge area with large picture windows that look out onto a Zen garden. An outdoor stairway connects this part of the home to a private office, or "Zoom room," on the lower level.
An outdoor stairway connects the primary bedroom to a private office on the lower level.
Downstairs, the two-bedroom dwelling hosts a wet bar area, a private study with built-ins, and an additional bathroom. Scroll on to see more of the 1955 Berkeley residence, now listed at $1,395,000.
The lower level hosts a wet bar area, a private study with built-ins, and an additional bathroom.
The downstairs area also offers access to a laundry and utility room.
A shaded Zen garden welcomes visitors near the entrance to the home.
The midcentury-modern residence is currently listed for $1,395,000.
The outdoor areas offer impressive panoramic views.
The home is tucked away in the hills above the University of California, Berkeley.