Rustic cottage in need of TLC!
This unimaginable find in the Berkeley hills is located in an unspoiled, natural setting with a sense of remoteness yet so near the city. Out of view from the street, this charming retreat is snuggled among plum trees, bamboo and a creek. The property is accessed only from one of Berkeley’s famous hillside paths. This lovely setting suited the current owner—now 93—for over 50 years, proving that stairs and nature keep you healthy!
• Built in 1922 per public record, 1931 per permit
• 546 sq ft per public record
• 4876 sq ft lot per public record
• One bedroom
• One bathroom
• Sewer lateral compliant
* Updated electrical
* Newer furnace
Designed by architect Harlan Abbott Park, who was once married to Joan London, Jack London’s daughter. Per the Berkeley Architectural Historical Association (BAHA) Abbott Park is documented to have been involved with building at least five other homes nearby on Cragmont Avenue.