List Price: $9.5 Million
The Property: Recently, Berkeley’s property market has seen a substantial growth, as some days back we saw that a Victorian mansion was up for sale for over $2,500,000 in north Berkeley. Yet again, a beautiful house in the Berkeley that is also said to be the most expensive home of the city is up for sale. The house has been designed in an impeccable modern architecture style by Robert Swatt of Swatt Miers Arhcitects.
Physical Address: 4975 Grizzly Peak Boulevard, Berkeley, CA 94705 United States
The setting: This perfect epitome of modern architecture is spread in the area of 8,500 sq. The property is surrounded by breathtaking 300 degree view of San Francisco Bay and amazing views of Mt. Diablo and Mt. Tamalpais. The house has three level and the top level can provide view of one of the city’s highest points. The home was the part of the American Institute of Architects’ inaugural East Bay Home Tour last year and is said to be the Berkeley’s most expensive home.
Interior and Exterior: The interior of the home is beautifully designed by Robert Swatt of Swatt-Miers Architects in 2009. Most of the house décor are made of kaya wood, limestone and mahogany. Each nook and corner of the house is decorated with handpicked sculptures and paintings from India by Namita Kapoor. The house has six bedrooms, five full bathrooms and also has a lavish library. It has a modern kitchen that is equipped with all the state-of-the-art facilities and the house also has a unique feature of cantilevered roof terrace that dissolves the separation between interior and exterior access.
Contact: East Bay Sotheby's International Realty, 1986 Mountain Boulevard Oakland, California, 94611,United States. Phone number: +1 510.339.4554