Elmwood Place is a 1908 prominent landmark on a quiet and friendly residential cul-de-sac in the historic Elmwood District and only two blocks from the hub of College and Telegraph Avenues. A large turn-of-the-century imposing Colonial Revivial home, this is one of Berkeley's grand old dames, an original period residence with wonderful architectural detail, and ideally located just blocks from everything - yet away from it all in a quiet sleepy neighborhood of tree-lined streets and beautiful brown-shingled homes. Replete with period details, such as coved celings, built-ins, and many windows, it is full of light, spacious and luxuriously appointed.
You can walk to the University of California at Berkeley (CAL) campus form here (nine blocks) or bike as many do. Bay Area Rapid Transit / Rockridge BART is only ten blocks away on an all flat terrain. Quiet and away from it all in a secluded Cul-de-sac in a prime location, it is only two blocks away from the bustling activity of this university town, as well as great hiking, outdoor pursuits such as swimming, golf, hiking, water sports and much more.