A John Hudson Thomas Gem: The Mouser-Parsons House!


21 Mosswood Road, Berkeley
SOLD WITH MULTIPLE OFFERS FOR $1,500,000!
Originally offered at $1,295,000

This architecturally and historically significant 3+++BR/3.5BA Craftsman gem – where John Muir
transcribed journals and Ansel Adams attended salons in John Hudson Thomas-designed spaces –
features gorgeous period details, and Bay, Golden Gate and Campanile views.
On lower Panoramic Hill, close to nature and hiking trails,
close to town and University amenities.

 

Welcome to 21 Mosswood Road
Gracious foyer leads to an all-redwood living room with open-beam ceiling,...
...brick fireplace, built-in window seats, hardwood floors, and Bay and Golden Gate views

Gorgeous formal dining room with open-beam ceiling, redwood built-ins, view deck and hardwood floors

Exquisite all-redwood library with brick fireplace inspires creativity

Sunny kitchen opens to side
yard and patio area
Upstairs landing with Bay window seat
Amazing views of the Campanile
Sunny three-plus bedrooms and two baths upstairs

Master bedroom opens to view deck with dramatic Golden Gate, Bay and Campanile views

Downstairs plus rooms Gorgeous Golden Gate and Bay views

Lovely architectural details





Enjoy local shops and dining in North Berkeley
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