This home is less than 1/2 mile (11 min walk) to the UC Berkeley campus & California Memorial Stadium, 1.3 miles from the Downtown Berkeley BART station & within walking distance to AC Transit bus lines.
Kitchen, dining room, and living room make an excellent space to stay in with friends, or a great gathering spot before heading out to the surrounding nightlife options.
Every room comes with all of the essentials – twin bed, closet, desk, desk chair, and desk lamp.
The Front House has remodeled & partially furnished 1, 2, & 3 bedroom apartments. Each apartment offers newly renovated units, many which include modern white cabinetry, hardwood flooring, granite countertops, stainless appliances and an in-unit washer and dryer (put those coins away!). Each bedroom comes partially furnished with a twin bed, mattress, closet/freestanding wardrobe, desk, desk chair, and desk lamp for each Resident. The Living Area is furnished with couch(es), coffee table, large high-def TV (wall-mounted or on media center), and barstools (where applicable).SCHEDULE A TOUR
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Twin Bed & Mattress
Desk & Chair
In-Unit Washer & Dryer
Personalized Tenant Portal
- PAY RENT
- SUBMIT MAINTENANCE REQUESTS
Water & Sewer
Trash, Recycle & Compost
*Upon request at an additional cost
Southside is perhaps the most famous area of Berkeley, containing the section of Telegraph that leads right up to UC Berkeley at Sather Gate. Southside is still largely associated with the University and has one of the youngest demographics of any district in Berkeley, with the average Southside resident being in his or her early 20’s. Telegraph Avenue is the main commercial corridor with many student-oriented stores, restaurants, and easily accessible public transportation. The Kroeber Anthropology Museum, Berkeley Museum of Modern Art and the Pacific Film Archive found in Southside are perfect places to pass time with friends and family.
Southside contains People’s Park, the focus of Berkeley’s protests of the late 1960s when the on-campus Free Speech Movement began moving off campus. The protest tackled big issues, such as the Vietnam War and the Arab-Israeli conflict.
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