It’s a dream-like house with somewhat unusual space configurations, just as the author of the seminal book ‘A Pattern Language,’ wanted it.
How to find a home you love in the totally bonkers East Bay real estate market? For this couple and their young child, it was a mix of hard slog and luck.
A federal judge will hear arguments Monday over the legality of Berkeley’s attempt to prevent the sale of its main post office by creating a zoning overlay in the civic center area
A new app brings the storied past of Telegraph Avenue to life with eyewitness accounts and photos of events going back 70 years.
A West Berkeley house and studio have evolved along with the neighborhood over the past 36 years. There have been two remodels, both involving a community of artists and friends.
This woodsy 642-square-foot home with vaulted ceilings and views of redwoods last sold ten years ago for $520,000.
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When Berkeley’s Claremont Court subdivision was developed at the turn of the century it was considered very desirable. Homes in the area are still sought after.
A modernist home influenced by the Bauhaus tradition is up for sale for the first time. Architect Donald Olsen built this house as a demonstration project, and his own residence.
A Julia Morgan house with deep connections to Cal is being sold by the family of Willa Baum, who directed the Bancroft Library’s Regional Oral History Office.
Thi two-bedroom, two-bath Oakland condo is the last available unit of six in a converted Methodist church, a historic landmark built in the early 1900s.
Two of the city’s oldest houses, now painted in vibrant New Orleans colors and located in South Berkeley, are on the market after a loving restoration.