A major addition by the late Daniel Liebermann transformed this former redwood cottage, which sits on two secluded parcels totaling 1.4 acres up in the Berkeley Hills at 200 Panoramic Way, back in 1991.
Since dubbed “Panoramic Sky,” a floating wooden staircase leads from the home’s new stone-paved foyer to a double-height living room which features walls of glass, a recurring stone fireplace, and views to the San Francisco Bay.
A bedroom loft above features an ornate center column and skylight.
The dining room is outfitted with another stone fireplace, skylights and opens to the kitchen.
And having been purchased for $2.625 million back in 2007 and recently on the market as a rental for around $3,000 per night, Panoramic Sky has just hit the market priced at $3.8 million as well.