• $1,085,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,470 SqFt
  • MLS# 40801737

As one of the first homes built in Elmwood, if these walls could talk. This timeless, elegant Victorian is one of Berkeley's iconic, historical buildings. Impressive, grand, extraordinary are all words to desirable this remarkable property. Originally built as a 4000 sqft home, it was transformed into 4 units. Each unit maintaining the period details and respecting the architectural design. As you enter the building you are greeted by the grand staircase with unusually high ceilings taking you up to the top two units. These units feature dramatic 10ft ceilings, gorgeous 7ft windows, refinished hardwood floors throughout and spacious rooms with tons of light. Tucked in the back creating a calm, serene feeling you will find the bedroom anchored by 2 entire walls of windows. Step out onto the private deck and enjoy your morning coffee. 2837 Webster is truly a special property. Live in the highly sought after Elmwood and rent out the other.  One block to College Ave & shops, restaurants, coffee, BART and more! 

  • Top 2 units sold together
  • Sold as TIC 50%
  • Laundry on site
  • Beautiful side yard
  • Hardwood floors
  • Garage-used as storage
  • Back deck
  • Peek a boo view of SF

Unit #3

  1. 1 bedroom, 1 bath
  2. 830 sqft
  3. New interior paint
  4. New remodeled kitchen
  5. New light fixtures
  6. Formal dining room

Unit #4

  • 1 bedroom, 1 bath
  • 670 sqft
  • Tenant occupied
  • Rent: $1700

 

Location

Cross Street:

Magnolia

Subdivision:

Elmwood

City:

Berkeley

County:

Alameda

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About Elmwood

At-a-Glance: Beating in the heart of Cal Berkeley’s South Campus region is the quaint neighborhood that locals call “The Elmwood.” The enclave’s history parallels that of many communities in the Bay Area that sprung up following the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, when rebuilding efforts gave life to the streetcar suburb as part of the 1900s housing boom.   Stretching along College and Ashby Avenues, you’ll find many Elmwood hotspots:   Residents and visitors alike find it hard to resist the handmade ice cream, sorbets, candies, and cookies freshly served at Ici (a line can be seen forming out its doors even in the dead of winter). Whether you’re ...

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