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Berkeley Hills midcentury masterpiece drops price, now accepts bitcoin

Daniel Liebermann-designed home gets in on cryptocurrency trend

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Climb Real Estate

This midcentury masterpiece made quite the splash when it landed on the market in 2017. Initially landing on the market for $3,800,000, it has since dropped its price to $3,388,000.

Built by Frank Lloyd Wright protege Daniel Liebermann, who helped build the Marin County Civic Center (1962), 200 Panoramic Way features five bedrooms and five baths, and roughly 5,600 square feet. The main focal points are wall of glass; cutouts; and exposed natural elements like stone slates, wood beams, and brick.

The house is attached to two additional buildings—a studio and a one bedroom. It all sits on 14 acres of land up in the Berkeley Hills.

Bonus points to those fond of the new cryptocurrency fad: The sellers are also accepting bitcoin.