1936 Thousand Oaks Blvd
Unlike Any Other
It’s Very Large! About 5700 square feet – and it has a Ballroom!
Historic fame, architect John Hudson Thomas, built circa 1915
One of the first homes built in prime North Berkeley Thousand Oaks Neighborhood
This surprising & quite wonderful house is set in Gardens
There are city & South Bay views
Considerable Privacy on over 1/4 acre
Separation affords maximum flexibility –
2 Bedrooms top level;1 Bedroom street level; 1 Bedroom lower level
3 full Baths and 2 half Baths
Entirely wood-lined Ballroom with large stage, about 900 square feet
for musical & theatrical performances –
or really big family room or just hard to find open space
Curved vintage Bar & Kitchenette
Large outdoor performance Pavilion or entertainment deck
Attached garage makes an excellent workshop or studio,
even has windows on 2 sides.
Deluxe Kitchen with fireplace & views over old oaks and other plantings to city & Bay views.
Old & new architectural detailing. Cheerful natural light.
Wondrous windows, many with curved tops.
Fireplaces. Porches. Studies & Sitting Rooms.
It’s quiet and peaceful here. Birds & Bees. Sprawling oaks. And there are Big rock outcroppings to enjoy and also to climb.
Find things here you will find nowhere else!
Contact your agent for a private showing of this special property.