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The Lederer Team & Derrick Tyler present:

Rare opportunity to develop 5 lots or build your dream home!


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Rare opportunity to develop 5 individual contiguous lots or build your dream home! 

Lot information: 

Lot #15: 7,150 Sq. Ft.*
Lot# 16: 6,820 Sq. Ft.* 
Lot# 17: 7,788 Sq. Ft.* 
Lot# 18: 9,040 Sq. Ft.* 
Lot# 19: 10,500 Sq. Ft.* 

Total lot square footage: 41,298*

Features include: 

  • Prime Kensington location
  • Nestled alongside Tilden Park
  • Downslop lots
  • Screen park views and access
  • Water and electric on site
  • Close to downtown Berkeley & UC Berkeley campus
  • Easy commute access to SF


*Per public record

NOTE: Neither seller nor listing agent has verified the accuracy of any of these sources of information nor represent that plans will be approved by the local building department. Buyer must conduct their own investigation with the city and appropriate professionals and rely solely on that investigation.

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(510) 774-4231
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The Lederer Team

Red Oak Realty

Realtor® - Real Estate Advisors

Unique Integrated Approach to Real Estate

DRE# 01345197, 01325947, 01954708, 01975537, 02021776


Derrick Tyler

Red Oak Realty

Lederer Team Member

DRE# 1954708

415.310.7453 office


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Beloit Avenue

Possessing the charm and appeal of a close-knit New England town, affluent Kensington is home to quiet, tree-filled neighborhoods, unique shops and tranquil parks. Nestled high up in the Berkeley Hills, Kensington real estate is marked by upscale homes with panoramic views of the sparkling San Francisco Bay and majestic Golden Gate Bridge. It’s no wonder that this tiny unincorporated community is one of the Bay Area’s most desirable places to live.

Although small in size, Kensington is large in stature. The 10-plus-acre Blake Garden serves as a landscape laboratory for UC Berkeley and is grounds for the Blake House, the former residence of the president of the University of California. 

Nearby Tilden Park attracts generations of East Bay families who enjoy nature hikes, picnics, swimming, botanic gardens, and kid-friendly activities such as an old-fashioned carousel, steam train and pony rides.

Kensington’s two picturesque shopping districts are lined with one-of-a-kind boutiques, restaurants and gourmet food shops where friendly shopkeepers greet customers by name.