- Bloom Berkeley
- MLS® #: 40930081
- 2747 San Pablo Ave 204
- BERKELEY, California 94702
- 3 Bed, 2½ Bath, 1,690 SqFt
- Agent: Garrett Frakes
- Office: THE POLARIS PACIFIC
Most already know this through rumor, reputation or experience. Nevertheless, it bears mentioning up front: Berkeley, CA, is a liberal city. Historically, it has been a major center for many of the nation's progressive or counterculture movements. Of course, part of that is due to its status as a college town — it's home to the oldest campus in the University of California network. (read more about living in Berkeley)
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However, there's a lot more to this bay area community than radical thinking and activism. First and foremost is nature: The University of California, Berkeley, Campus marks the city's dramatic transition from urban playground to vast, preserved wild space. The hills and valleys to the east of the city provide endless opportunities for all manners of natural recreation. There's plenty to do out on the water as well, with plenty of rental options, a generously-sized marina and a world-class yacht club.
Berkeley is directly across the bay from Angel Island and the Marin Headlands. Its neighbors include Oakland and Emeryville to the south and Kensington and Albany to the north. Getting to and from the city is relatively easy from anywhere in the Bay Area. It's well connected to the airports and to San Francisco, thanks to stops on the BART's orange and red lines at Ashby, Downtown and between Virginia and Delaware in North Berkeley. Amtrak provides regional and national connections along the bay. The bayside freeways and highways connect through Emeryville to Oakland and the Bay Bridge, and there are various roadways heading out into the various preserves and natural spaces to the east.
People love living in Berkeley for an inextinguishable counterculture vibe, easy access to the bay area, deep connection to nature and, of course, access to the University of California campus. To find your place in this unique community, you'll need some on-the-ground information about the different neighborhoods. Let our experts help guide your search and get you the home you're looking for.