• $1,250,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,644 SqFt
  • MLS# 40853553

Gracious and charming sun drenched three bedroom two bath home perched on the Lake Merritt side of the desirable Ivy Hills neighborhood. This 1925 California Craftsman Bungalow is the epitome of old world charm seamlessly blended with modern updates. The stylish storybook home was made to entertain with an expansive main living area that flows into the dining room and updated kitchen. Also on the main level is a master suite and a second bedroom, both with their own back yard access.  The upper level features a private and abundantly bright bedroom complete with its own rooftop terrace and sweeping panoramic views. The large back yard is perfect for having friends and family over for outdoor entertaining with room to spare or even to add an auxiliary unit. There’s potential for side access along the driveway or use it as off-street parking for up to 3 cars. With this super convenient location you’ll always be just a quick walk away to the Lake as well as coffee shops, restaurants, and numerous dining options. This is one of those rare finds that really has it all!

Location

Cross Street:

5th Ave

Subdivision:

Ivy Hill

City:

Oakland

County:

Alameda

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Visiting her home town of Oakland, Gertrude Stein said, “There’s no there there.” With all the changes over the past decade, Oakland has finally become a destination of its own. The Uptown Project, Jerry Brown’s 10K Housing Initiative, new housing development and the rising value of condominiums, lofts and single-family homes have contributed to Downtown Oakland’s success. Downtown is the heart of Oakland, and the city’s changes are most evident here. San Francisco Magazine named it "the" place to live and play. The area now offers all the benefits of other metropolitan centers. Civic and cultural centers, residential and retail buildings—both new and historic&md...

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