Berkeley | $2.95 Million
A 1912 Tudor Revival home, with seven bedrooms and 4 and a half bogs, on a 0.2-acre lot
This home, within the Claremont neighborhood, was constructed by Walter H. Ratcliff, a London-born architect who designed a lot of Bay Space buildings within the English Tudor type. The house has undergone a number of transformations: A second gable was added within the Nineteen Twenties, and within the mid-Twentieth century, inside partitions and bogs had been added so it might be used as a boardinghouse. The present house owners turned it again right into a single-family residence and up to date the plumbing, electrical and HVAC techniques. The home is about two blocks from the Clark Kerr Campus of the College of California, Berkeley; the varsity’s primary campus is 10 minutes away. Monkey Island, a small park, is throughout the road.
Dimension: 5,214 sq. toes
Value per sq. foot: $566
Indoors: Two units of brick steps result in the entrance door, set in a large porch paved in brick.
Past the entrance door is a big lobby that connects a lot of the rooms on this degree. To the left, by wood-and-glass sliding doorways, is a lounge with a small fire. Home windows in the lounge, and all through the home, have been up to date within the unique type. Sliding doorways on the correct aspect of the lobby open to a eating room with a built-in show cupboard.
A spacious kitchen is off the eating room, with a built-in desk, a middle island with extra storage, chrome steel home equipment put in by the present house owners and room for a breakfast desk. Two sunny sitting rooms hook up with the kitchen: One has a tile ground inlaid with a fish sample; the opposite has stairs resulting in the decrease degree.
A bed room and an workplace off the lobby share a just lately up to date rest room with a glass-walled bathe.
On the heart of the lobby, reverse the entrance door, is a staircase as much as the second degree, the place 5 bedrooms are arrayed across the touchdown. On the high of the steps is a bed room with home windows on two partitions and a built-in closet. One other bed room, used as an artwork studio, is on the finish of the corridor. Throughout the touchdown is a 3rd bed room with its personal sink, a relic from the house’s days as a boardinghouse. And in the back of the home are two extra bedrooms, one used as a house workplace and the opposite as an artwork studio. There are additionally two bogs on this degree.
The backyard degree has a big, open space with tiled flooring, and separate smaller areas used as craft rooms and music studios. A hallway connects the primary space to a bed room with a full rest room throughout the corridor.
Out of doors area: A coated deck off the primary degree of the home has a built-in moist bar and room for a barbecue. The patio, which runs from the aspect of the home to the yard, is paved in brick, with a lot of backyard bins. The driveway has area for 2 automobiles.
Taxes: $34,512 (estimated)
Contact: Ann Arriola Plant and Lynn Signorelli, Pink Oak Realty, 510-501-2094; redoakrealty.com
San Diego | $2,999,888
A 1911 Craftsman bungalow with 5 bedrooms, three full bogs and two half bogs, on a 0.21-acre lot
Mission Hills, a neighborhood simply north of Outdated City San Diego, has a lot of well-maintained Prairie- and Craftsman-style properties, a lot of them (together with this one) historic landmarks. The house owners of this home added a swimming pool and a storage, and did a renovation that included eradicating, cleansing and restoring all the unique home windows. Presidio Park, a 40-acre inexperienced area dotted with historic constructions, is lower than a mile away. San Diego Worldwide Airport is a 15-minute drive.
Dimension: 5,300 sq. toes
Value per sq. foot: $566
Indoors: A large stone walkway results in a coated porch with a wood-and-glass entrance door. To the correct of the entry is a lounge with two window seats, an unique tiled fire, built-in cupboards with diamond-paned glass doorways and unique hardwood flooring that proceed all through the home. Off the lounge is a sunroom that connects to the kitchen.
To the left of the entry is a eating room with one other window seat, a tiled fire and a built-in sideboard topped by a mirror. Off the eating room is a examine with its personal half rest room.
Past the eating room is a kitchen with chrome steel home equipment and a backsplash that echoes the tile patterns of the fireplaces. A laundry room across the nook has entry to the yard.
On the second ground is the first bed room, which has area for a sitting and dressing space. Subsequent door is an up to date rest room with a soaking tub. Adjoining to the toilet is one other bed room, with a row of street-facing home windows. And on the finish of the corridor are two extra bedrooms related by a rest room with a mix tub and bathe.
Subsequent to the first bed room is a set of stairs resulting in a third-floor area that might function a fifth bed room however is utilized by the sellers as a den.
Out of doors area: A patch of garden separates the home from a three-car storage designed in the identical type as the primary home. Citrus bushes are planted alongside the border to the neighbor’s property. A pool space to the aspect of the storage has area for an umbrella and lounge chairs.
Taxes: $31,500 (estimated, however the house is eligible for lowered property taxes below the Mills Act)
Contact: Todd Armstrong, Compass, 858-229-8752; armstrongestates.com
Napa | $2.995 Million
A 1905 Italianate home with 4 bedrooms and 4 bogs, on a 0.2-acre lot
A number of blocks from the Napa River, and inside strolling distance of the eating places and wine-tasting rooms of downtown Napa, this home was designed by Luther M. Turton, an architect employed by the proprietor of an area tannery. In the summertime of 1939, the house owners lent it to newlyweds Clark Gable and Carole Lombard, who lived there whereas Ms. Lombard filmed “They Knew What They Needed.” Through the years, successive house owners have maintained most of the unique particulars, though the outside stucco shade has modified a number of instances.
Dimension: 4,106 sq. toes
Value per sq. foot: $729
Indoors: A flagstone path leads from the sidewalk to a entrance porch with traditional Italianate arches and room for a restaurant desk and chairs. A window seat within the lobby appears out onto the porch.
On the correct aspect of the lobby, pocket doorways open to a lounge with a hearth. Extra pocket doorways, reverse the entrance door, open to a eating room with white wainscoting, deep grey partitions and a service window that appears into the kitchen. A large doorway on the far finish of the eating room leads into the kitchen, which has a purple heart island, matching trim across the doorways and home windows, granite counters and French doorways that open to the rear deck.
From the lobby, stairs rise to the second degree. Throughout the touchdown on the high of the steps is the first suite, which has an arched window overlooking the road. The hardwood flooring have been refinished, and the en suite rest room has a walk-in bathe and two vanities.
A hallway that extends from the touchdown connects three extra bedrooms, one with unique built-in drawers and one other with an en suite rest room.
The sellers turned the third ground into a mix den and screening room, and the basement degree into extra dwelling area, with a full rest room, a wine room and a recreation space.
Out of doors area: Off the kitchen is a large wood deck that appears down into the yard, with room for an out of doors eating setup. Wood steps lead right down to the yard, which has a flagstone patio, a scorching tub and mature bushes lining the perimeter. The indifferent storage holds two automobiles.
Taxes: $39,840 (estimated)
Contact: Jocelyne Monello, Golden Gate Sotheby’s Worldwide Realty, 707-224-8281; sothebysrealty.com