Mid-Century Wow! First time on the market since being built in the early 1960s, this Architectural Gem has been meticulously restored. Nestled in the trees on a double lot above the Temple of the Wings. Amazing San Francisco Bay views of sunsets over Mount Tamalpais in the summer and the Golden Gate Bridge in the winter. Initially designed in 1961 by Berkeley architect Myra Brocchini for her parents, it has been the architect's home most recently. A stunning example of Bay Regional architectural style, the approximately 2,610 square foot house features an open floor plan, high ceilings, expanses of vertical glass, and clerestory windows to maximize views and bring in natural light - the architecture is at once simple and complex. The main floor is upstairs, designed to embrace the views from almost every angle, with a wide entry gallery, living and kitchen spaces, two bedrooms and two baths, and a fabulous laundry room. Take the elevator or stairs to the downstairs family room/office space. Bring your design ideas and transform the lower level into a primary suite or ADU. The home boasts an easy-access two-car garage and loads of storage space. Don't miss this extraordinary home!
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