“Panoramic Sky”, the 5-bedroom, 5-bath jewel located in Northern California, is up for sale for $3,388,000. The listing is on Propy, a blockchain-based marketplace to facilitate cross-border real estate transactions.
The property was designed by Daniel Liebermann, student and protégé of Frank Lloyd Wright. Liebermann, known as one of the original Bay Area “starchitects”, brought a unique architectural sense to Northern California’s mid-century modern movement.
His designs combine Dutch roots with Lloyd Wright’s grand aesthetic to create an integrated living experience featuring signature walls of glass windows that mark the vanishing line between the soaring interior and the expansive outdoors.
Located at 200 Panoramic Way, the property is nestled among the trees on over an acre in the Berkeley Hills.
The 5,598-square-foot retreat was built in 1914 and features natural stone tile and exposed redwood beams that flank the foyer. Outer spaces offer sweeping views of Berkeley, San Francisco, Marin and beyond. The main house offers 5 spacious bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, with two additional spaces: a studio and an unpermitted 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment above the garage.
According to the listing, the seller is considering Bitcoin offers as well as other cryptocurrencies.