10 Atlas Place Atrium

Purchased for $2,117,000 two years ago when listed for $1,695,000, the rather exceptional Mid-Century home at 10 Atlas Place has just returned to the market in the Berkeley Hills listed for “$1,885,000” or $504 per square foot.

Remodeled by John Hans Ostwald, an enclosed redwood atrium leads to the four-bedroom home’s open living/dining room with panoramic bay views and a deck that runs the length of the house.

The kitchen counters, fixtures and appliances have been upgraded, but the original cabinetry remains.

10 Atlas Place Kitchen

The dual period wet bars remain as well, one on each floor.

And the terraced yard leads down to a cabana and pool.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Oh Dear

    I like the wet bars on each floor. Dont want the pool.

  2. Posted by Mark F.

    Great home, and I would like the pool.

  3. Posted by Dixon Hill

    Beautiful and unpretentious. Are those laminate countertops in the kitchen? I love the wood detailing and the fact that they didn’t feel the need to slap white paint and granite everywhere. Faithful to the original design.

    I don’t pay a lot of attention to the east bay market but apparently you can get a lot more for your money over there. The only downside I see is the time and expense required to maintain the grounds and pool.

    • Posted by BobN

      The kitchen counter tops look pretty shiny. Probably quartz. Nice upgrade.

  4. Posted by woolie

    Children used as staging props. That’s new.

  5. Posted by Mark F.

    While I would enjoy a pool, it probably decreases the value of the home and the number of potential buyers.

  6. Posted by Steve

    And sold for 600k more. 2.7M.

    [Editor’s Note: No Atlas Shrug, More Like a High Five (or Perhaps Six)

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