Lght filled airy studio in verdant quiet yard; close to campus & gourmet ghetto
- english, Hebrew
About Miriam Ferris
We have lived in Berkeley for 35 years. But I'm still a New Jersey girl through and through. I appreciate fine art, fine wine, and family and friends. We enjoy hosting and meeting new people.
Miriam Ferris purchased this Cottage in 2001
Why Miriam Ferris chose Claremont
In Claremont Court, the most exclusive and beautiful neighborhood in Berkeley. Many of the houses here are grand mansions built after the 1906 SF earthquake.
What makes this Cottage unique
Close to everything! Walk or jog past the beautiful mansions in Claremont Court, Berkeley's most beautiful and exclusive, private, quiet neighborhood. Walk every where! Including Claremont Resort and Spa, Domingo St. with it's charming shops including Peet's coffee, Rick and Ann's, and Elmwood shopping and restaurants. Close to Gourmet Ghetto. Check out the famous Telegraph Avenue (epicenter of the Summer of Love) and the UC Campus. UC Bay View jogging track and Claremont Canyon hiking trail with panoramic view, all in walking distance.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
It was a perfect location for our stay!
Beautiful and quiet area! So convenient to everything we needed.
Great location, really friendly hostess, and nice room. Would definitely stay here again.
Great location, bright, nicely decorated room. A bit small but a great jumping off point for a visit to Berkeley and San Fran.
Very Nice neighborhood and many small touches like coffee and snacks. thanks bob
Very safe and well maintained property. Centrally located.
Mariam is very helpful. She does a meticulous job in maintaining the property. She is a text away incase any issues arise.
Thank you Aradhana. It was a pleasure hosting you and you are welcome back anytime.
Miriam is very nice and attentive. The sublet is comfortable and I enjoyed cooking my own food sometimes.
You were a wonderful guest, and hope all is well!
UC Berkeley is a few blocks away. Climb to the top of the Campanile on campus to get a Bird's Eye view of the Bay Area.