Smack Dab in the Middle of Berkeley


Sweet House and Spacious Yard

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2304 Spaulding

On a favorite tree-lined street, renowned for its friendly sense of community, this sweet two bedroom, one bath home sparkles with newly refinished hardwood floors, and a freshly remodeled kitchen. The eat-in kitchen overlooks an expansive deck and level yard awaiting a gardener's inspiration or perhaps that ADU of your own design. 

The front porch has room to sit (add a porch swing!?) and talk with passing neighbors. There always seems to be folks strolling around, stopping at the Little Free Library on the corner, catching up with neighborhood news.

Located under a mile from two different BART stations, one with a Bike Station and the other with vehicle parking, it also is just steps from the vibrant Berkeley Art District and popular Saturday Farmer's Market. Berkeley Rep, Freight and Salvage, Jazz School, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive plus UC Berkeley campus are all within minutes of this front door. 

2 bedrooms, 1 bath

House: 918 square feet (per Open Homes Photography)

Lot: 4,095 (per public records)

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Contact Colleen Larkin
(510) 816-2507
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Colleen Larkin

The Grubb Company

Realtor® Associate

DRE# CalBre# 00874780

(510) 816-2507 office

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2304 Spaulding Avenue

With easy access to public transportation and Interstate 80, and many amenities within walking distance, Central Berkeley is one of the city’s most convenient neighborhoods. Central Berkeley residents are a short stroll away from the North Berkeley BART station on Sacramento Street or the Downtown Berkeley BART station on Shattuck Avenue, convenient for those who work in San Francisco. University Avenue, the neighborhood’s main east-to-west thoroughfare, leads directly to Interstate 80. University Avenue is also home to numerous restaurants -- serving all types of cuisine -- as well as other businesses. Homes in the neighborhood sit on quiet, tree-lined street and range from modest bungalows and cottages to larger, custom-built properties. Families enjoy Strawberry Creek Park, which offers a playground, tennis and basketball courts, soccer fields, and a picnic area. Other outdoor recreation spots in the neighborhood include Presentation Park, Cedar-Rose Park, and Berkeley Way Mini-Park.