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449 Boynton Avenue | Berkeley

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD

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MLS#
40660393
Price
$1,325,000
Type
Single Family Home
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
2
Partial Baths
1
Sq. Ft.
2,298
Year Built
1929
Lot Size
5100 sq.ft.
Pool
N
Garage
Y
Date Sold
Jul 9th, 2014
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DESCRIPTION:

Golden Gate View At Your Door

North Berkeley above The Arlington and steps way from charming Kensington Village. And Maryland Walk, too, to answer the call of Solano Avenue shops.

This majestic 1929 Tudor-styled home has character and detail that is so appealing to today's families in search of their sense of place and future. Begin with the magnificent three bridge view, the City, Marin, Angel Island, and, of course, the Golden Gate straight away at the front door.

With its generously proportioned rooms, period moldings, newly redone hardwood floors, and multiple views from all levels, this home is ready for a new generation to make it their home.


Updated On: March, 21 2019
 
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
• Formal living room and dining room - both with French doors to terraces
• Two fireplaces with inserts
• Newly refinished hardwood floors throughout except downstairs
• Three bedrooms/one and one half baths
• One bedroom/one bath in law/nanny suite with separate entrance
• Cozy wood paneled den with original built in writing desks (2)
• Generously proportioned rooms with period detail moldings
• Original hardware, fixtures, and ironwork railing
• Freshly painted throughout
• Eat in kitchen with new stainless steel appliances
• Updated main bathroom on upper level; newer bathroom on lower level
• Solarium room off upstairs bedroom
• Terrace off second upstairs bedroom
• Terraced and shaded backyard with level grassy area, two apple trees, plum tree
• Large laundry room/utility room with plenty of storage area
• Newly built oversized one car garage at street level (late 1990's)