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A Neighborhood for Every Lifestyle
91 Eucalyptus is a very cool, airy and light-filled 50’s home with fabulous views! With a Berkeley mailing address and Oakland taxes, schools, and services, this is the best of Claremont and Rockridge! Up a flight of stairs from the entrance hall and garage to 1 level living with an open floor plan includes kitchen, dining and living spaces, all facing the western sky. Two bedrooms share a bath and open to a lush garden to the rear with hot tub, lawn and dining terrace. A 1+ car garage (with electric car charger) and laundry/utility room provide ample space for storage. The newly installed electric heat pump/AC keeps the house cool and comfy. Here is the perfect Pied-a-Terre, condo alternative or serene retreat for a minimalist! Great location near Rockridge shops and BART, fine dining, Star Grocery, SF Express bus and easy freeway access.
The Claremont neighborhood straddles the Berkeley and Oakland borders and features lush landscaping, curving streets that hug the canyon hills, and open space.
Homes on the leafy side streets provide old-fashioned Berkeley elegance, with turn-of-the-century brown shingles, revivals, prairie-, custom contemporary-, and Tudor-styled structures offering residents a place to call home within the landscaped confines.
The landmark of this area is the majestic Claremont Hotel Club & Spa, a vast Victorian edifice perched on 22 acres in the hills. Three outdoor pools, 10 tennis courts, a full-service spa, a fitness club, and three onsite restaurants deliver stunning views, and the resort has become popular with generations of locals as a luxurious getaway.
Elmwood's shopping district on College Avenue in Berkeley offers old-fashioned shops, access to the Rockridge Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), grocery stores, bookshops, and flower stands. Restaurants, a movies theater, and a bakery are all a short walk away.
The Claremont Canyon Regional Preserve is 208 acres of open space managed by the East Bay Regional Park District and more than 200 acres outside of the canyon owned by the University of California, Berkeley. Garber Park, a 13-acre oak-and-bay-tree woodland south of Claremont Avenue, is owned by the city of Oakland. Trails reward ambitious hikers with panoramic views of San Francisco Bay.