A Neighborhood for Every Lifestyle

Annie Walrand presents:

MAYBECK'S FIRST RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

$975,000

about this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

Great opportunity to own part of Bernard Maybeck's first residential design dated 1895! Known as The Keeler House the property was divided into two flats in the 1920s, and a third unit was created at a later date. High-pitched ceilings, exposed redwood rafters and beams, original redwood floors and superb details throughout. Welcoming entry off small patio at street level. Dining area opens to formal living room with brick fireplace and balcony. Convenient kitchen space with wood countertop, modern appliances, and small pantry. The main level includes the bedroom with typical wood details and a full bath. On the upper level one finds the study with balcony to the West and a sweet loft conducive to reading, resting, or meditating! Property is landmarked. Historical documentation available. Common areas include covered outdoor laundry, terraced garden and path along the South side of the building to the attached garage. One-car parking in garage and one parking space in front of it. Driveway accessible from Ridge Road. Loved by its owner for the last twenty years, this unique condominium is awaiting its next chapter.

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Schedule

Open Houses:
Saturday, April 29th
Sunday, April 30th
Saturday, May 6th
Sunday, May 7th
2PM - 4:30PM

Brokers Tour:
Thursday, May 4th
9:30AM - 12PM

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Annie Walrand
(510) 599-6914
[email protected]

Annie Walrand

The Grubb Company

Realtor® Associate

DRE# 01040079

510.599.6914 office

www.anniewalrand.com

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