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Jeffrey Neidleman & Patricia Bennett present:

Pristine Berkeley Craftsman Home


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Welcome to this quintessential c.1916 craftsman home at 2205 Stuart Street in Berkeley which has been meticulously and beautifully maintained and updated. 

The glorious front garden has been refreshed and the exterior freshly painted to show off the period details. Upon entering the home from the covered front porch into the spacious living and dining rooms you see wonderful patinaed wood floors, unpainted wood beamed ceilings, wainscotting with plate rails, built-in cabinets, bench seats with extra storage and a large fireplace with a rich wood mantel.

The incredible kitchen has been updated with a sensible floorplan, new flooring, cabinets, shelving, countertops, a stainless steel Liebherr refrigerator and Miele range and vent hood and a second built-in Miele oven. This space is wonderful and complements the look-and-feel of the rest of the home. This main level also has a bedroom and an updated en suite bath.

The upper floor features an open loft work/den area with lots of storage. This is a very practical space for a home office. There is also a  bedroom and updated full en suite bathroom with a stackable Miele washer/dryer unit.

This classic home includes a detached single car garage and driveway for hard-to-find off-street parking.

Located in the middle of central Berkeley this home is blocks to the UC Berkeley campus, the Berkeley Bowl, and the Ashby BART station.


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

Jeffrey Neidleman


Broker Associate

DRE# 01309500

510.435.0325 office

510.435.0325 mobile


Patricia Bennett


Broker Associate

Experience Makes The Difference

DRE# 00903396

510 482 9000 office


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2205 Stuart Street

The Le Conte neighborhood in Berkeley is a very special niche just south of the Elmwood district. Here's a quote from the popular Berkeley Parent's Network, " Where's the 'Park Slope' of Berkeley/Oakland?
I suggest our area - the LeConte (sometimes called Lower Elmwood) area of Berkeley. Our borders are Telegraph & Shattuck, Ashby & Dwight. We are seriously within blocks of everything - we haven't had a car in years. We walk to Bart, our choice of the well-stocked grocery store, Telegraph, Shattuck, and Elmwood shopping districts, schools, and parks on tree-lined streets with yards. Families, college students, aging hippies, and a great mixture of friendly neighbors. We love the neighborhood! It's just the right mixture of urban and suburban."