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About

Set in the heart of Berkeley's most vibrant neighborhood, 1223 Henry is perfectly centered between the Gourmet Ghetto, Northbrae and Solano Ave. Only minutes to UC Berkeley and many of the city's magical parks, transit lines, shops and eateries, the location provides ample access to Berkeley’s celebrated lifestyle.

This home features a bright and inviting open floor plan with large picturesque windows to frame the mature garden, an updated kitchen perfect for entertaining and tall, beamed ceilings that provide an element of spaciousness. The home is situated on a deep parcel, zoned R-2H allowing for the potential of an additional structure* and set back from the street, creating sanctuary and shelter as soon as you step through the gate.

Features:

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Bonus space - 435 sq.ft. (professionally measured approx.)
  • Open floor plan
  • Updated kitchen and bathroom
  • 1,182 sq. ft. (professionally measured approx.)
  • 6,547 lot size (approx. per public record)
  • Private and mature garden
  • Wrap-around patio

Beloved garden includes:

  • Bougainvillea
  • Lemons
  • Rosemary
  • Roses
  • Figs
  • Apples
  • Pears
  • Lavender
  • Bay Laurel

Neighborhood specialties:

  • Chez Panisse
  • The Cheese Board Collective
  • The original Peet's Coffee and Tea
  • The Juice Shop
  • Monterey Market
  • Lo Coco's
  • Rivoli
  • Flowerland and Berkeley Horticulture
  • Saul's Delicatessen
  • Cesar
  • Epicurious Garden
  • Fat Apples Bakery
  • Magnani Poultry
  • Gioia Pizza
  • Zachary's Pizza
  • Philz Coffee
  • Northbrae Bottle Shop
  • North Berkeley Library
  • Oaktown Spice Shop

 

 

Neighborhood


Gourmet Ghetto

Berkeley’s renowned Gourmet Ghetto neighborhood wears its nickname proudly. The strip of Shattuck Avenue between Cedar and Vine streets is anchored by Alice Waters’ world-famous Chez Panisse Restaurant & Café, The Cheese Board Collective, and the original Peet’s Coffee & Tea, which have been neighborhood icons for decades. Simply put, the area is a laid-back mecca for those who want to eat and drink well.

Homes range from well-preserved Victorians and traditional, large Berkeley brown-shingled houses to lovingly preserved Craftsmans and bungalows. The architecture is old and varied enough to be included on neighborhood walking tours conducted by the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association. Proximity to the nearby Downtown Berkeley BART Station and the central shopping district makes the neighborhood highly walkable.

Live Oak Park provides basketball courts, picnic areas, and a small, open-air theater that hosts children's plays and Shakespeare productions. On Walnut Street, Berkeley Art Center offers a lively series of exhibitions, art openings, and lectures.



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Contact

MLS: 40845300