San Francisco, $1.195 million 3652 20th St. Photo: Zephyr Real Estate / SF
Berkeley, $999,999 323 Gravatt Drive Photo: Coldwell Banker Residential / SF
3652 20th St.
Beds: 3 Baths: 2 Square footage: 1,580
This top-floor unit in a remodeled Edwardian has high ceilings and a bright, open floor plan. There’s an office alcove, a fireplace and a walk-out deck with views of downtown. The unit has a master suite with a jetted bathroom tub, an open chef’s kitchen, an exclusive-use deck, a shared garden, extra storage and independent garage parking. Situated between the slopes of Mission Dolores Park and Valencia Street’s restaurant row, it boasts a walk score of 97.
323 Gravatt Drive
Beds: 3 Baths: 3 Square footage: 2,997
This multilevel 1993 Contemporary with wood siding in Claremont Hills offers views of the bay and the Bay and Golden Gate bridges. A huge great room has a beamed cathedral ceiling and a metal fireplace. There are wooden walls, an interior patio and the type of indoor-outdoor flow found in many mid-century homes. The home also has an attached two-car garage.
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