This is a once in a generation opportunity to own a rare First Bay Area Traditon Edwardian in almost completely original condition. Not available in 50 years, this grand corner lot home provides valley views, copious outdoor entertaining spaces, and a great floorplan. With an 81 walk score, it is walkable to downtown and one block to Oak Hill Park with children's playground & off-leash dog play area. Built by H.M. Kercheval, a city council person and said to also have been owned by George P. McNear. The house is filled with period charm, warm & inviting, with softwood floors, woodburing fireplace, board & batten wainscoting, coved ceilings and picture rails. Nearly every window has muntin glazing. Formal living room and dining room. Kitchen with bulter's pantry. Four bedrooms and two full bathrooms. A free standing, detached garage and partial basement with laundry and side enterance.