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Julia Morgan home in Berkeley, renovated over the years, asks $1.6 million

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Stunning example of the architect’s work up for grabs

Wood shingled exterior of Berkeley home Photos via Redfin

The three-story brown shingle home at 66 Panoramic Way in Berkeley, renovated and reconfigured into a triplex, is a historic treat. Noted architect Julia Morgan designed this stellar abode for friend and client Elsie Lee Turner back in 1912.

Since then, it’s been remodeled inside and out. While the facade has remained in tact (the house is, after all, a historic Morgan design), the interiors have been updated. That said, some lovely concepts remain: exposed wood beams, Dutch doors, moldings, and more.

Julia Morgan-helmed homes tend to fetch a major amount of dough. Most recently, this Morgan home in Tahoe netted $8.5 million and this carriage house near Billionaire’s Row in SF scored a cool $3.7 million.

In all, the structure comes with seven bedrooms, three baths, and 3,172 square feet. Asking is $1,695,000.