Home is often about the small luxuries that make life more pleasant— a tranquil view, the play of light along the walls, room for art and collectibles, space for both entertaining and relaxing. Today’s home, on a private Claremont Hills cul-de-sac in Berkeley, California, is a majestic contemporary gem that is the ultimate sanctuary for lovers of art, technology, and gracious living.
1991 Tunnel Road offers the perfect blend of indoor and outdoor living with sophisticated, luxurious, modern design. Rich Brazilian cherry floors and grand architectural features add warmth and depth to this 4,100-square-foot masterpiece and tall ceilings and gallery lighting provides an outstanding setting for displaying art.
The main living spaces open-concept design lets you entertain your guests from the large, gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances and gleaming Brazilian cherry wood floors.
Enjoy a cocktail along with the views on the large wraparound deck, or take a leisurely stroll up the outdoor spiral staircase to the large master deck.
This expansive home caters to every indulgence with a four-person capacity elevator, a private deck off each of the 4 bedrooms, a 500-bottle wine cellar, a media command center and four full bathrooms.
The massive master suite is almost 1,000 square feet and boasts skylights, grand French doors, a generous supply of windows, a gas fireplace and a spa-inspired bathroom.
Capitalizing on the trend for homes with dual master suites, this home also has a second bedroom with its own private deck and full bathroom ensuite.
This home is listed for $1.895 million with Jennifer Ames of Red Oak Realty.