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1355 Queens Rd, Berkeley, CA 94708

1 Bed, 4 Bath Multi-Family Home For Sale

1355 Queens Rd, Berkeley, CA 94708 House For Sale - MLS #40846332
2 Family
This listing is courtesy of Ann Arriola Plant from Marvin Gardens East Bay.

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Property Description for 1355 Queens Rd, Berkeley, CA 94708

FAMILY COMPOUND, ARCHITECT DESIGNED country retreat. 1355 Queens, the main house, designed by the esteemed architect Henry Gutterson in 1936, is a redwood structure surrounded by gardens, stone pathways around a stunning mature oak. Kitchen designed by Bennett Christopherson in keeping with the original architecture opens to a sun-filled patio with koi pond. 1357 Queens, the charming garden cottage designed to complement the main house has beamed ceilings, tall windows, a fireplace, office and two sleeping lofts with two car garage below. Additional basement storage and laundry in both houses, 1355 also has an Au pair quarters, plus separate writers retreat at the back of the lot.

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0.32 acres
13,772 sq. ft.
Attached Garage; Enclosed Garage

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Berkeley Hills

Units Description

Unit #1
Living Area: 2,286 sq. ft.      Full / Half Baths: 3     

Unit #2
Living Area: 687 sq. ft.      Bedrooms: 1      Full / Half Baths: 1      Rent: $2,500     

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