It also comes with guest quarters.
The circa-1954 Berkeley home has a new "transparent" price tag.
It comes with a "writer’s cottage" too.
A well-preserved home built in 1907.
It was built in 1927
On the market for the first time in 60 years.
It comes with a terrazzo floor in the foyer.
Sharpen your sidewalk game
"We’re all tired. We need solutions."
To the tune of $799K.
Despite approval four years ago, Harold Way development never broke ground—and now it never will.
A hilly two-for-one deal—or two for a whole lot more, technically.
Matching program is in its pilot year as city dawdles over new housing.
Take a closer look at these bibliophilic beauties.
Towering 2008 piece faces demolition due to maintenance costs
Founder of Finnish shopping site hopes to convert historic property into a giant house with private art studios.
One of the finest from Daniel Lieberman.
Even Alice Waters says the 1970s moniker must go.
Visitors warned to avoid all contact with water.
Built in 1905, this house comes with detailed woodwork inside and out.
Designed by John Hans Ostwald.
115-year-old neoclassical home comes with period details.
And it could be worth $1.89M.
Whimsical 1915 house is built over a creek.
Campus cops advise to walk loudly and carry a big stick.
Unanimous vote will amend city code terms.
Board flies high on 1951 Shattuck project.
Fireplace bears a quote from English poet Lord Alfred Tennyson.
These supportive and creative spots will bring out your best work.
Condo inside Normandy Village asks $675K.
Built in 1947.
The big day where everyone rides a bike to work can be exhausting—here’s where to recharge.
School faculty also wants 150-unit Upper Hearst project expelled.
"While voters are frustrated by the lack of places for the homeless to go, many vocally oppose locating homeless shelters in their own neighborhoods."
East Bay home doubled as neighborhood theater featuring plays by Harold Pinter.
City council says RV dwellers create a nuisance—overnight parkers say they just want somewhere to stay.