A natural hillside setting...

Laura Arechiga presents:

Berkeley Hills Contemporary

Offered at $1,125,000

about this home's










Designed by Candace Hyde-Wang with the architectural firm of Paul Wang & Associates and nestled among majestic trees in the North Berkeley Hills. Captivating sight lines, vaulted ceilings and skylights capture the natural progression of light. There is a seamless connection to the nature that surrounds the property, with each window effortlessly framing the sublime tree top views. Two bedrooms, two full baths plus an office and split level living/dining rooms with gas fireplace. The floor-plan is open and timeless with soaring ceilings and oak floors. Nearly every room opening to a private deck or the landscaped garden. There is a detached garage and lower level bonus room for extra flexible space. A verdant hillside garden flourishing with native flowers, grasses and mature trees. This is a wonderful opportunity to be among all the pleasantries of the Berkeley Hills yet moments from the hustle of downtown, CAL and the culinary delights of North Berkeley.

2 Bedrooms - 2 Baths

Bonus office plus lower level flex space

One car detached garage


Garden Highlights: 

  • Rainwater collection barrel system
Front yard:
Coral bark Japanese maples
Flowering cherry tree
Established, naturalized hellebores, ferns, and small shade-loving shrubs; Pierus and a Camellia. 
Alley and stairway between garage and house
Tree fern and perennial ground covers
Shade-giving red and green-leaf Japanese maples
Naturalized hellebores
Back yard
Mature rosemary shrubs
Varieties of salvia, mimulus and fuschia
Douglas iris dotted throughout lower beds, along with Santa Barbara daisies, ornamental grasses including clumping blue fescue
Protected fenced bed for growing flowers, backed by torch lillies (Knifofia) and lemon verbena
Separate protected small terraced bed for growing edibles, etc.
Young coast live oak
Sweet bay tree (culinary bay)
Higher on the hill
Deer grasses and feather grasses that gleam when they catch the light
Young flowering quince shrub with early spring flowers from pale to vibrant pink
Drifts of gray-green flowering "daisy bush" (brachyglottis)
Ribes varieties
Another coast live oak + California bay laurel tree
Wild plum trees
Red winter berries from pyracantha
A mature shrub manzanita and a mature ceonothus
Fall color from two Japanese maples 
Assorted perennials and evergreens including a young mugo pine, various mahonia, and "breath of heaven" plants 
Shade hellebores and sword ferns
get in touch


Open Houses:
Sunday June 26th 2-4pm

Sunday July 3rd 2-4pm

Brokers Tour:
Thursday June 30th 9:30am-12pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Laura Arechiga
(510) 701-5188
[email protected]

Laura Arechiga

The Grubb Company

Realtor® Associate

DRE# 01388149

510-701-5188 mobile


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