2850 Buena Vista Way
It was in the late fifties when a UC Berkeley professor and his wife spotted a large setting in the hills above campus with the most incredible views of the Bay. And it was on that spot they decide to build their MidCentury dream home.
They commissioned UC Berkeley architect, Robert Ratcliff, to design a home for not only the incredible views ... but for entertaining audiences from around the world.
The result is a truly grand MidCentury home from all angles. A home for entertaining with over 4,000 square feet ... on their half acre setting with some of the grandest views of the Bay from almost every room.
There’s a large open living room designed as mini concert hall. Both the living room and dining room open to a courtyard. Additionally there are five bedrooms and a separate guest suite – again for visitors from all over the world.
The enclave is situated on a private half acre, surrounded by the natural wooded landscape of the Berkeley Hills.
And appropriately, it lies just above the Temple of the Wings, another Berkeley landmark. For this home is indeed a Berkeley classic.