The last undeveloped lot in Greenwood Common provides all the benefits of the Common with the opportunity to build the house of your dreams. A perfect way to live a California lifestyle. If you get tired of the view from your living room or want some fresh air, walk up to your private green space behind your home to sip your coffee and enjoy views of the Golden Gate Bridge. This partially level lot has oak trees in the rear, views to the Bay & Berkeley, and 60'+/- street frontage on Le Roy Ave. Greenwood Common is a mid-century modern gem, as architecturally significant as is where it is located in the heart of the Berkeley hills. Surrounded by the Rose Walk, John Galen Howard’s home with a library wing by Julia Morgan, and other Galen designed homes, sits the Common. Set apart by topography, perched up on the hill. In the early 1950s UC Berkeley's own William Wurster, architect, purchased and planned for a community surrounding an open-space with head-on Golden Gate and Bay views.
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Listing information last updated on August 21st, 2019 at 5:30am PDT.