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This Tudor in the Berkeley Hills has played host to a collection of literary readings and theatrical shows through the years inside the living area.
Downstairs, guests are mingling in the living area and kitchen over water or wine or on the deck looking out enter through the back door or as more climb the old stone steps to the handsome brick house that is Tudor-framed. The opening night audience is diverse enough–by age, race, and gender –to function as a Berkeley promo.

The shows were put on by the present homeowners, two retired doctors turned actor and novelist, as evidenced in a 2015 San Francisco Chronicle article, which reads, in part:

Guesthouse entry.

Actor and in-house producer Ron Dritz and his spouse, co-producer and point manager Margaret Cuthbert, live in this place, near Indian Rock Park, also on Friday and Saturday their ample living area was packed with friends and neighbors for performances of Harold Pinter’s cryptic drama Old Times.
Remodeled kitchen.

East Bay home doubled as Locality theater

What is more, prior Cuthbert and Dritz’s residency,”the prior owners were literary people who loved short stories, and they would hire actors from Berkeley Rep to do readings of the tales” within the Berkeley Hills home.
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One of 3 bedrooms.
Brickwork graces much of the exterior.
Within the guesthouse.

Take a bow within the expansive living room.
However, the home is for hosting a series of plays at the expansive living room most notable, at least in the last few decades. So noted, in fact, that the local productions merited ink in the San Francisco Chronicle along with other regional publications.
Featuring three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,240 square feet, 765 San Luis Road is constituted of open spaces and small cozy locations, mixing new and old. Highlights include brick walls, beamed ceilings, and vintage touches blended with recent updates to maintain this property up to rate. It even comes with a guest house in the back.
Asking is $1,795,000 though Rick Richetta of Compass.

Cozy nook for reading.