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Spacious Santa Barbara Style Home

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Spacious Santa Barbara style home in the coveted Thousand Oaks neighborhood, walking distance to Solano Ave. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath is level-in. This home features views of San Francisco and the bay and dramatic cathedral vaulted ceilings in the living room centered around a prominent fireplace. Large, remodeled, eat-in chef's kitchen with a Wolf range, Sub Zero fridge and under counter wine cooler opens to a sprawling deck nestled under a large oak tree. Formal dining room and 1/2 bath complete the main level. The upper level features 3 bedrooms and 2 baths with an additional study connected to the master bedroom. Located downstairs is a large family room/recreation room with a bar, full bath, 4th bedroom and a full laundry room. Small kids playhouse is under the deck as well as a backyard sitting area and 1 block from a small neighborhood park...a rare find.

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(415) 317-0286
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(510) 847-8688
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Dan Clark


Realtor® Associate

Bringing the East Bay into focus

DRE# 01429807

(415) 317-0286 office

(415) 317-0286 mobile

Ellis Clark



DRE# 01954136

510-847-8688 mobile

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680 The Alameda Berkeley

Tucked in between the Berkeley Hills, Kensington, and the vibrant Solano Avenue shopping district, Berkeley’s Thousand Oaks neighborhood is a family-friendly enclave that boasts a great suburban feel close to the big city.  Natural rock outcroppings are a notable feature of this neighborhood, with many such formations incorporated into backyards, driveways, and even interior home design. The original developers in Thousand Oaks were sensitive to the natural landscape and laid out the streets to follow the gently curving topography. Ancient oaks were preserved, and the largest rock was donated by the developer and turned into a public park. Today, Great Stone Face Park in the hills is still popular with rock climbers practicing their skills. Public transportation in Thousand Oaks is great. Several Alameda-Contra Costa Transit transbay buses whisk commuters from Solano Avenue to San Francisco. Residents in Thousand Oaks have two BART stations to choose from: both the El Cerrito Plaza and North Berkeley BART stations are just a few miles away. Large yards, safe streets, and a quiet vibe make Thousand Oaks popular with families.