A Tudor Revival house in Berkeley, a two-bedroom condominium in Los Angeles and a 10-acre retreat in Murrieta.

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This house, which has been owned by the same family for 50 years, retains many of its original architectural details, including hardwood floors, built-ins and molding. It is on a tree-lined street where many houses date to the 1920s, in the Claremont district, a few blocks from Claremont Club & Spa, a hotel that opened in 1915.

John Muir Elementary School is half a mile away. Driving to the campus of the University of California, Berkeley takes about 10 minutes. Downtown Oakland is 15 minutes away. San Francisco is about a half-hour drive, depending on traffic.

Size: 2,847 square feet

Price per square foot: $695

Indoors: From the sidewalk, a stone path leads across a lawn to the front entrance.

The arched wood front door opens into a foyer with hardwood floors and a staircase with its original wrought-iron railing. To the left is a living room with a bay of tall windows overlooking the front yard and a fireplace flanked by more windows.

To the right of the foyer is a dining room with wrought-iron light fixtures, more tall windows and a door to the butler’s pantry. Beyond the pantry is a kitchen with white cabinetry, a white-enamel range, and access to a sunny breakfast room and a powder room.

All three bedrooms are on the second floor. The primary bedroom, which overlooks the street, has a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a combined tub and shower that is shared with the second bedroom. The third bedroom, at the back of this level, has an en suite bathroom with a stall shower. Both guest rooms have access to a room that could be used as an office or playroom.

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