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Perch’d Ladies Announce | 2422 Carleton St., Berkeley

We are just tickled pink about our newest listing in Berkeley!  2422 Carleton St. is an uh-may-zing-ly exquisite piece of real estate.  Tucked in the heart of the Le Conte neighborhood this simply stunning 4 bedroom, 2 bath home exudes awesomeness.

Here are a few reasons you need to check it out:

-everyone needs a pot-filler
-who wouldn’t want two refrigerators
-4 bedrooms is always enough
-on-demand hot water at the tips of your fingers
-a thermostat that you can program from your phone
-granite counters that look and feel like marble, but aren’t!
-outdoor living room
-fire table
-front porch with a rocking chair
-outdoor string lights
-never far from gourmet food, a well-crafted cocktail, or a local shop

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outdoor living room!

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handmade hammered copper farm sink

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vintage utility sink – outside!

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custom drawer dividers, slow close

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oil rubbed bronze faucet

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6-burner pro range stove with pot filler

Krista + Rosie will be hanging out there Thursday from 10-1, and Rosie will be there to greet you Sunday 2-4:30.

www.2422Carleton.com

Winner!

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