Never-before on the market, 629 Beloit offers a chance to own your own piece of mid-century history. In 1953, the Stamps family commissioned Robert F. Olwell to design their dream home in Kensington. Under the watchful eye of Sigrid Stamps, 629 Beloit was designed and built in the quintessential mid-century style popular at the time. Sited on a .28 acre lot studded with oak trees, perched above a favorite Kensington street, with views of the Bay and Tilden Park, sits this custom home.
True to its mid-century pedigree, 629 Beloit offers clean lines, floor-to-ceiling glass, restored wood paneling, and an easeful connection to nature. The home is designed to blend the indoor and the outdoor - a fitting treatment given the ambling and gorgeous yard, and its location overlooking the canyon. 629 Beloit features over 2,300 square feet of living space, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a formal dining room, and a second living space. All four bedrooms enjoy ample natural light, privacy, and offer views into the canyon or across to the Bay.
Zoned for Kensington Hilltop Elementary school*, just blocks to the Ye Old School Trail and trailheads into Tilden Park, and nestled on a quiet street, 629 Beloit is the perfect combination of pedigree, style, and peace.