This modern masterpiece on top of the world was designed by Robert Swatt of Swatt Miers Architects. At the highest elevation in Berkeley and Oakland, sits the ultimate modern masterpiece, a six bedroom, three level home designed to enhance jaw dropping 300 degree San Francisco Bay and five bridge views, including Mt. Diablo and Mt. Tamalpais. The top level is essentially a complete home including a master bedroom suite, kitchen, breakfast room, living room, dining room, library and cantilevered roof terrace that dissolves the separation between interior and exterior access. Materials include elegant Halila limestone floors from a single quarry in Jerusalem, Honduran mahogany ceilings, and Japanese black rock. The master bedroom suite is separated by a nine foot pocket door. This private sanctuary includes a master bathroom, sitting/media room, office, laundry, and huge walk in closets. Soak in the peaceful views from the sunken master bathroom lounge.