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Features

Royal and blue, 2834 McGee with its old wood siding and sun-porch in both the front and back of the main living space, has stood regally since 1905! Sunlight pours through the vintage windows and the large kitchen has modern appliances with metal cabinetry that was likely installed post World War 2. The basement space is incredibly sizable and useful with laundry and exposed wood, it’s nearly the size of the main living space and has the possibility (with proper investigations, renovation and city approval) to be converted into living space*. 
 
First time on the market in 4 plus decades, move-in ready and close to some of the Best of Berkeley. How will you make this property your home?
    • Built-in 1905

    • 932 sq. ft. interior per public record

    • 3,840 sq. ft. lot per public record

    • 2 bedrooms

    • 1.5 bathrooms

    • Oak and fir floors

    • New roof (2016)

    • New heater (2019)

    • Sewer lateral complaint

    • Deep backyard with roses and fruit trees which includes, apple, pear, plum, cherry, and Meyer lemon trees

    • Attached Garage

    • WalkScore®️ 81

    • BikeScore™ 96  

 

 

*Consult with an architect and the City of Berkeley for basement expansion possibilities

 

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Neighborhood


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.


Schedule

Open Houses:
Sunday, July 28th,  2 pm - 4 pm

Brokers Tour:
Thursday, July 25th, 10 am - 1 pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Deidre Joyner
(510) 693-4253
[email protected]

Contact


Deidre Joyner

Realtor® AssociateRed Oak RealtycalDRE# 01451749(510) 693-4253 mobilewww.TheOaklandBerkeleyJournal.com