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Patricia Bennett & Jeffrey Neidleman present:

Classic Berkeley Craftsman


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Welcome to this quintessential c.1915 Berkeley brown shingle home at 2747 Fulton Street which has been meticulously and beautifully maintained and updated by its designer-owners.  From the glorious garden entry gate to the splendid garden backyard, every room has been either restored or updated keeping to the original architectural style of the classic Craftsman. The large front porch has been carefully restored with cedar pilasters and siding and leads through a beautiful mahogany front door into the spacious living room which has lovely patinaed Douglas Fir baseboards and moldings and a dramatic fireplace with ceramic tiles and an original wood mantel. The living room features unpainted wood window/door trim and ceiling moldings. The adjacent formal dining room has unpainted built-in storage with wood wainscotting and plate rails. These rooms are all freshly painted.

The incredible kitchen has been recently updated with a sensible floorplan, new flooring and Cle wall tiles, cabinets, shelving, a pantry and quartz countertops, new stainless steel Fisher Paykel refrigerator and Bertazzoni range and vent hood, with a Bosch dishwasher. This space is wonderful with scenic garden outlooks and complements the look and feel of the rest of the home. This main level has two bedrooms and an updated bath with a double sink, new tiles, lighting, and a shower door.

The upper floor is accessed up the newly carpeted stairs via an enclosed back porch with laundry hookups and exterior access. On this upper level are two additional bedrooms, another updated full bathroom, a large family room area with a wall of windows in a traditional Berkeley sunporch format and free-standing Regency gas fireplace, and an adjacent work area with a Bosch washer/dryer, shelving, and storage. This is a very practical space for working or for guests or extended family. Another level up is an open loft area with skylights and view windows providing great light.

The fenced backyard is a beautiful garden area with a variety of fruit trees and flora, basalt walking/patio pavers, and a separate shed with storage shelving and a work area. The property is surrounded by trees and flowering plants providing a lush retreat-like living environment.

Located in the middle of central Berkeley blocks from UC Berkeley campus, the Berkeley Bowl, and Ashby BART.

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Open Houses:

 Sunday 6/5, 2-4:30pm

Offer date:

Tuesday, 6/7, 1pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Patricia Bennett
(510) 387-1773
[email protected]

Contact Jeffrey Neidleman
(510) 338-1385
[email protected]

Patricia Bennett


Broker Associate

Experience Makes The Difference

DRE# 00903396

510 482 9000 office

Jeffrey Neidleman


Broker Associate

DRE# 01309500

510.435.0325 office

510.435.0325 mobile

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2747 Fulton Street

You can't get closer to the University of California, Berkeley campus than South Berkeley, the neighborhood originally developed in the 1860s by the school’s predecessor, the College of California. The latter institution may be long gone, but the large, spacious, brown-shingled homes along Allston, Bancroft, Channing, and Dwight ways remain. Densely populated, the neighborhood contains some of the city’s oldest homes. 
South Berkeley is a mix of students, longtime residents, businesses, and homes. The major thoroughfares are Telegraph Avenue, Bancroft Way, and Alcatraz Avenue, where street vendors, bookstores, record shops, and inexpensive eateries cater to students. Nightlife is abundant, thanks to the proximity to campus, Zellerbach Hall, and Downtown Berkeley.
Both the Ashby and Downtown Berkeley BART stations serve the neighborhood, as do a number of Alameda-Contra Costa Transit buses, making it a snap to get to downtown San Francisco, local airports, sports stadiums, and other locations in the Bay Area.