6127 Arlington Boulevard
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The panoramic San Francisco Bay view is shared by neighboring homes, but the elegance inside is exceptional. Completed in 2015, this home offers the quality and convenience of a modern home integrated by a timeless elegance and attention to detail. Its size and style will give you a place for home offices, hobbies and a life of comfort.
Hardwood floors, 12-foot coffered ceilings, graceful archways and tall windows are defining style elements. These unite the kitchen and dining area with the living room that extends into a family room lined with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry.
Up a few stairs, enjoy easy access to a half-bath, bonus office/media room and the first of two master suites with the laundry room across the hall. Upstairs, picture windows frame the view in two bedrooms, another has a wide window seat facing the garden and a fourth steps out to the garden terrace.
Welcome to this Hills retreat close to shopping, restaurants and recreation. UC Berkeley, San Francisco or points beyond – you can connect to them all.
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Please contact Karen Nelsen
(510) 912-8681 office
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