Renovated 1946 Wally Reemelin-Designed A-Frame For Sale in Berkeley, California

$1,279,000 | Built in 1946 | 1,181 Sq. Ft. | 2 Beds | 1.5 Baths | 0.19 Acres

Nestled in the heart of Berkeley, California, this charming A-Frame home, designed by renowned architect Wally Reemelin in 1946, is now available for $1.27 million. The property at 1167 Keith Ave offers a unique blend of mid-century modern design and ultimate privacy, with sparkling bay and city views in a magical setting.

Enthusiasts of mid-century modern architecture will appreciate the elegant simplicity and inviting spaces that define this Wally Reemelin-designed A-frame. The house boasts an open floor plan, a modern kitchen, walls of glass, and cathedral ceilings that provide stunning outlooks to the bay and beautifully landscaped verdant spaces. Meticulously renovated and maintained, this architectural treasure features one bedroom and one bath on the main level, while the upper-level primary bedroom and half bath offer a tranquil retreat amidst the treetops.

Experience the best of California indoor-outdoor living on the expansive deck, where you can soak in inspiring views from the Bay Bridge to the Golden Gate – a true delight for entertainers. This breathtaking property is a serene sanctuary situated on a quiet street near walking paths and Codornices Creek waterfall, offering the perfect balance of tranquility and accessibility. Just minutes away from North Berkeley’s shops and cafes, this home truly offers the best of both worlds.

This beautifully renovated, architect-designed home is on the market for $1.27 million with Caitlin Crawford of The Grubb Co. Realtors. Photography by Open Homes Photography & Liz Rusby.

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