Archive for May, 2012

ROSIE’S BIG BASH With Big Bad Voodoo Daddy May 25, 2012 7 to 11pm

Posted in EVENTS on May 17, 2012 by Julie Nachtwey, the Claremont Hills Real Estate Expert

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Sneak a peak! And celebrate!

At the historic Craneway Pavilion www.craneway.com

 

Review the new Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center and Museum

http://www.rosietheriveter.org/news.htm

           

Honor the Rosie’s…

courageous women across America fighting on the WW II Homefront

Join us for the fun and frolic of this fundraising event to benefit the non-profit Rosie the Riveter Trust

           

5:00 p.m. Cocktails and sneak preview of new Rosie the Riveter Visitor Center and Museum

6:00 p.m. Dinner

7:00 p.m. Swing dance lessons

8:00 p.m. Concert and dancing with BIG BAD VOODOO Daddy for VIP tickets only

Ticket Level Price Includes
VIP $250
  • VIP Parking
  • Dinner
  • Tour of Museum
  • Talk: Secrets to Public Private Partnership
  • Commemorative Poster
General Admission $35
  • Pre-concert dance lesson
  • concert
Student, Veteran $19.42
  • Pre-concert dance lesson
  • concert

All Sales Final. No Refunds or Exchanges

 

Period-appropriate attire encouraged!

 

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Introducing 973 Keeler Avenue, Berkeley Hills Mid-Century Gem Listed for $550,000

Posted in BERKELEY on May 3, 2012 by Julie Nachtwey, the Claremont Hills Real Estate Expert

FIRST TIME ON MARKET
Lovely architectural jewel featuring one-bedroom, one bath and study with built-ins. Partial SF Bay Views. Lower level with separate entrance has potential.

THINK BIG
Unusually large upslope lot with 17,000 +/- sq feet.
The house is completely hidden from view on Keeler.
Driveway winds up the hill to ample parking pad and two-car garage with storage.

IN DOOR/OUT DOOR
Rare level lawn! Dining area opens to backyard brick patio
and what seems to be a secret garden. It’s like having your own park.

LOTS OF LIGHT
Windows frame views of the garden, trees and SF Bay. Even the bedroom has a glass door opening to the yard. The light from so many windows compliments the redwood interior and hardwood floors.

ARCHITECT-DESIGNED
This one-of-a-kind house was designed in 1948 by
Winfield Scott Wellington, professor of design at UC Berkeley, 1937-1965. Wellington did residential work throughout The Bay Area.

For more information/photos please visit www.973keeler.com


Julie Nachtwey 510.540.8743 

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