Welcome to this well-appointed El Cerrito Hills home. Traditional details, from the white picket fence to the honey glazed kitchen cabinets, set the stage for your Norman Rockwell Thanksgivings. Built in 1948, hints of mid-century architecture emerge through large picture windows and clean lines. Nostalgic elements such as bay windows and original built-ins add charm to the generous living spaces.
Nearly level-in from the street, most of the living happens on the main floor. The lower level accommodates a family room or den plus ample storage. Situated on a large lot, the site enjoys peek-a-boo bay views, a large deck and grassy knoll.