Sprawling North Berkeley Co-op with unparalleled access to all that the Gourmet Ghetto has to offer. This is a mid century complex built in 1954 with only 11 units, which have been lovingly maintained over the years. A central elevator serves both wings of the U-shaped complex. Towards the back of the lot resides off street carports, a laundry room as well as storage a closet for each of unit. The common garden and patio areas are landscaped with flourishing camellias, ornamental grasses, hedgerows and rotated annuals. There are built-in benches and various nooks to enjoy the landscaped grounds.

Unit H is a second story two-bedroom one bath unit in the rear of the building with serene courtyard views. An open-concept living area has a wood burning fireplace, wool Berber carpet and two ample storage closets. The dining room is open to the living spaces and conveniently adjacent to the kitchen. The kitchen has tremendous natural light, substantial cabinetry and an access door to the side stairwell. Both bedrooms are in the rear of the unit and complex, they overlook the common grounds and hillside tree line. The master bed has two closets one which houses a built-in vanity sink. The hallway between the bedrooms provides access to the bath with original tow tone period tile with both a shower and bathtub.

1519 Oxford is a delightful community of residents that enjoy the camaraderie and cooperation within as well as its exceptional location.

Monthly dues $523

  • Upgraded stainless Haier fridge and Kitchen Aid dishwasher
  • Updated kitchen flooring
  • Updated wool Berber carpet throughout
  • Fresh paint throughout
  • Covered carport parking and storage closet
  • 100% owner occupied



Berkeley's "Gourmet Ghetto"

Berkeley’s renowned Gourmet Ghetto neighborhood wears its nickname proudly. The strip of Shattuck Avenue between Cedar and Vine streets is anchored by Alice Waters’ world-famous Chez Panisse Restaurant & Café, The Cheese Board Collective, and the original Peet’s Coffee & Tea, which have been neighborhood icons for decades. Simply put, the area is a laid-back mecca for those who want to eat and drink well.

Homes range from well-preserved Victorians and traditional, large Berkeley brown-shingled houses to lovingly preserved Craftsmans and bungalows. The architecture is old and varied enough to be included on neighborhood walking tours conducted by the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association. Proximity to the nearby Downtown Berkeley BART Station and the central shopping district makes the neighborhood highly walkable.

Live Oak Park provides basketball courts, picnic areas, and a small, open-air theater that hosts children's plays and Shakespeare productions. On Walnut Street, Berkeley Art Center offers a lively series of exhibitions, art openings, and lectures.


Open Houses:
Sunday Jan. 21st 2-4:30pm

Sunday Jan. 28th 2-4:30pm

Brokers Tour:
Thursday Jan. 25th 9:30-12:30

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Laura Arechiga

Laura Arechiga

Realtor® AssociatecalDRE# 01388149510.701.5188