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Massive Berkeley Mansion Now Listed at a Loss

Massive Berkeley Mansion Now Listed at a Loss

Designed by John Hudson Thomas and built for John Hopkins Spring, a real estate developer, in 1914, the 12,000-square-foot Spring Mansion which sits at 1960 San Antonio Avenue in the Berkeley hills and was modeled on the Achilleion Palace in Greece, was purchased by John Park, the founder of... Read More »

Liebermann Designed Berkeley Hills Pad Listed for $3.8 Million

Liebermann Designed Berkeley Hills Pad Listed for $3.8 Million

A major addition by the late Daniel Liebermann transformed this former redwood cottage, which sits on two secluded parcels totaling 1.4 acres up in the Berkeley Hills at 200 Panoramic Way, back in 1991. Since dubbed “Panoramic Sky,” a floating wooden staircase leads from the home’s new stone-paved foyer to... Read More »

No Atlas Shrug, More Like a High Five (or Six)

No Atlas Shrug, More Like a High Five (or Six)

Listed for $232,000 less than the price which was paid for the rather exceptional Mid-Century Modern home at 10 Atlas Place two years ago, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that the listing agent for the Berkeley Hills pad was able to achieve an “Over Asking!”... Read More »

Remodeled Mid-Century Listed for $232K Less in the Berkeley Hills

Remodeled Mid-Century Listed for $232K Less in the Berkeley Hills

Purchased for $2,117,000 two years ago when listed for $1,695,000, the rather exceptional Mid-Century home at 10 Atlas Place has just returned to the market in the Berkeley Hills listed for “$1,885,000” or $504 per square foot. Remodeled by John Hans Ostwald, an enclosed redwood atrium leads to the four-bedroom... Read More »