This Vintage Brown Shingle converted mansion is the former home of famed English architect George Rushforth. It sits on a 3,444 sq. ft lot. Estimated to be built in 1900 w/original brick foundation, the property boasts parking for 6 cars, simple easy to maintain landscaping in front, a common area for a washer & dryer. Most importantly an amazing location, just block from the UC Berkeley campus. This property has tremendous rental upside for the next owner, which can be advantageous in Berkeley's rental market, mere blocks from retail stores, eateries, and direct access to Telegraph Ave. Walk Score 93 This is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in East Bay. Located along the border of the University of California, this neighborhood caters to both residential family life as well as student life. Despite the thousands of students attending school on a daily basis, this area of South Campus remains a quiet neighborhood with a small-town character. 5 of the 6 units are Vacant.