Panoramic Bay & City Views from Elegant Kensington Home
This lovely multi-level home offers elegance, magnificent San Francisco and Bay views and harmonious integration of interior and exterior spaces. Originally built in 1934, with careful kitchen remodeling mindful of the original details combined with creative contemporary design.
Three bedrooms, four bathrooms – one with a sauna.
Exceptionally livable floor plan, with great separation of space for both relaxed entertaining & maximal privacy. Big Bay views from nearly every room, easy indoor/outdoor access on all levels.
Inviting, enormous sunken living room with fireplace, vaulted wood-beamed ceiling, and glorious sunset views through a handsome, divided, multi-lite steel ash picture window with “hidden” door to a wide deck.
Spacious, warm, bright formal dining room open to kitchen and living room.
Exquisitely remodeled open-plan kitchen with cooking island overlooking Bay view, and separate stairway to private bedroom suite with full bath
Romantic primary bedroom on main floor facing views, with lovely windows, French doors to deck, vaulted wood-beamed ceiling, built-in window seat and cabinetry; adjacent to a full bath.
Exceptionally large and well-developed lower level with one bedroom with a bay window, two full baths, play room, sauna, huge walk-in closet, two sets of sliding doors plus side door to backyard, fireplace, high vaulted wooden ceilings, built-in shelving, and lovely views.
Good sized room between main level and lower level contains both a laundry area and room for storage. Extensive, older earthquake retrofit work.
Listen to the bubbling fountain while enjoying the fenced, landscaped front garden with deep setback from the street.
Spectacular, fully-fenced English-style back garden, with landscaped terraces, pathways, roses, fruit trees, blueberries, herbs, seating areas, and a covered outside cooking + gathering area.
On a quiet street in a desirable location. Kensington Hilltop Elementary School.
Less than a 10-minute walk to the fine amenities of Kensington Village, and close to Colusa Circle, Solano Avenue, UC Berkeley and BART.
House: approximately 2,558 sq ft per public records.