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Berkeley craftsman woos to the tune of $1.95 million

Built in 1906

Photos by Peter Lyons, courtesy of Dana Cordeiro of Red Oak Realty

Who doesn’t love a Dutch door? No one, that’s who. Even better—a true teal Dutch door leading to a well-maintained Berkeley craftsman.

This might fine specimen, built in 1906 and located at 2834 Forest Avenue in the Elmwood neighborhood, comes with three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and 2,002 square feet.

Front door notwithstanding, other highlights here include intact exposed beams, wainscoting, a massive stone fireplace in the living room, and a lovely landing area at the top of the stairs perfect for reading.

The yard also comes with a kids’ fort. Adorable.

Asking is $1,950,000.