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Berkeley Hills color-studded Mediterranean asks $1.1 million

A rainbow of hues to wash away the minimalism blues

Yellow exterior of Spanish-Med home in the Berkeley Hills Photo courtesy of Northern Crest Realty

Shades of grey got you down? This 1925 Spanish-Med in the Berkeley Hills, with a kaleidoscope of delicate colors, will perk you up. Dramatically different compared to its former glory in 2011, when it sold for $725,000, it returns this week for $1,100,000.

Featuring two beds, two baths, and an estimated 1,966 square feet, 1056 Keith Avenue comes with a refreshingly yellow exterior (yellow is scorching hot right now), as well as loads of color inside.

From the pastel-tinged bathroom tile and kitchen counter to the patio flooring and jewel blue doors, this house would be a great way to jump back into a more vivid world.

The ad also notes that there’s an additional two-bed, one-bath in-law unit, “which generates $2,600 rent.” But the big draw here, aside from the sunny facade, is the large deck overlooking garden with redwood and sequoia trees.