This garden oasis consists of two beautiful Victorians, a classic art deco fourplex and a converted carriage house . . . all behind a brick wall offering refuge from the surrounding city.
A free laundry, bicycle storage, picnic and outdoor sitting areas are provided for our tenants. All apartments have views of Victorian gardens and numerous fruit trees. Each unit has off-street parking, some of which is covered.
A vibrant and stable community of grad students and professionals creates a sense of neighborhood so often missing in today's world.
All apartments are spotlessly clean and well maintained by owners who take pride in their property.
A COLORFUL HISTORY
One of the Victorians, built in the 1880's, is the oldest house in Emeryville. It was the residence on a two hundred acre cherry orchard estate. The other Victorian, built in 1890's along with the original older home, were once owned by Harlan Wilson. He was the mayor of Emeryville and left his signature on the property in the form of beautiful tile mosaics, unique brick work and cement etchings found throughout the gardens.
For the past 20 years, the complex has been owned by the same family which has carried on the tradition of artistry and fine workmanship.