Located in the Berkeley Hills at the end of a cul-de-sac, this circa-1922 home, nestled among the redwoods, is quite the specimen to behold. Abundant with repurposed salvage materials like stone, tile, brick, and wood, architectural details include archways, exposed beams, wood accents galore, and more.
Featuring two beds, two baths, 1,851 square feet, 1735 La Vereda Road comes with a sauna, wood-burning fireplaces, arched-top wood doors with hand-forged hinges, and loads of other eccentric details throughout. (One must admire the chutzpah of studding brick walls with glass blocks.)
And avert your eyes, trypophobics—the wine cellar is as unique a vino storage space as any we’ve seen in a long time.
Asking is $985,000.
- 1735 La Vereda Road [Bill Charman]