Stunningly romantic in a serene setting, “The Flagg Cottage” was designed by Bernard Maybeck for UC Berkeley professor Isaac Flagg. Some years later,, an addition by architect Thea Robertson expanded the property. The two separate wings of the house are joined by public rooms, which include an elevated living room offering views of the SF Bay, an updated chef’s kitchen, one half bath, and access to the rear gardens. The right wing holds the primary bedroom suite with a stone fireplace and a private entrance, a downstairs office/library as well as a formal dining room with a wall of built-ins. The left wing has an ensuite bedroom, one additional bedroom, and interior access to the garage. The unexpected viridian slate floors of the foyer and kitchen, and the kitchen’s viridian colored soapstone countertops provide a keen accent to the wood interiors. The property enjoys two driveways, a separate workshop, a garden potting shed, and a rear garden terrace made of flagstone.