This home, well known to all passers-by is prominently situated on the corner of Claremont Boulevard and Avalon Avenue. Its interior, however, has remained a mystery to most. Built by and for the prominent developer John Albert Marshall (1868–1924), this 5,400-square-foot house was designed by San Francisco architect and Berkeley resident Edward Blake Seely (1864–1937). Behind the fully fenced yard, through the grand oversized front doors you instantly feel the expansive interiors. Situated in the prestigious Claremont Court neighborhood just a few blocks from UCB & the amenities of Elmwood & Rockridge shops and restaurants, you’ll rarely need your car to run errands. When you do, Highways 13 and 24 are minutes away, and both Ashby and Rockridge BART stations are close by. Don’t miss your opportunity to purchase a great property in one of Berkeley’s most sought-after neighborhoods!
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Listing information last updated on November 29th, 2021 at 11:46am CST.