The Most Expensive Home For Sale in Berkeley

Check out this house that is listed at more than double the median price in town

The house on Euclid Avenue is listed at more than $2 million
The house on Euclid Avenue is listed at more than $2 million
Home prices continued to rise this summer, although the pace of home sales slowed.

In the Bay Area, the median price paid for a house in June was $555,000, the highest level since December 2007. The figure was 33 percent higher than June 2012, according to a report from DataQuick.

In Contra Costa County, the median price was $415,000, a 31 percent rise from a year ago. In Alameda County, it was $540,000, a 44 percent increase, according to DataQuick.

In Berkeley, the median price for a home sold in June was $788,000, up 6 percent from a year ago, according to the website RealtyTrac.

The most expensive house we could find on the market in Berkeley was this five-bedroom, four-bathroom home at 596 Euclid Ave.

The 3,909-square-foot residence on a eighth of an acre is listed at just under $2.2, almost $1.5 million above the city's median price.

Know of any other higher priced homes on the market in your neighborhood? Let us know in the comments section.

This information was provided by Corey Weinstein, Broker Associate, Red Oak Realty, 510-708-0789 or corey@orangedoorproperties.com. Featured properties may be listed by a variety of local firms--agent does not represent this property.


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