• $875,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1,065 SqFt
  • MLS# 40849504
This adorable and updated 3 bedroom bungalow sits in a prime NOBE location near amenities that include: Paradise Park Cafe, James & the Giant Cupcake, City Sport Gym and Novel Brewing Co. This home is tastefully updated with newer cabinetry, marble countertops, and double-pane windows, yet maintains some 1944 charm with original wood floors and a sweet garden rich with fruit: Grafted 4-variety apple and grape espalier plantings as well as lemon, orange, pomegranate, and pear trees. Raised beds have been installed with a drip system in the larger front and side yard area for convenience. Owner has meticulously maintained with the improvements you don't see: foundation retrofit and electrical updates. The sewer lateral is compliant. Designer paint colors and fixtures recently added. Designated interior laundry area with newer front-loading machines. Off-street parking space has direct back-yard access. 1 mile to Ashby BART. Transbay Bus Line nearby. EZ SF commute. Open Sat/Sun 2-5.

Location

Cross Street:

Baker

Subdivision:

Nobe

City:

Oakland

County:

Alameda

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510.388.5588

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At-a-Glance Sandwiched between Oakland and Berkeley sits the widely transformed City of Emeryville. Once coined the “rottenest city on the Pacific Coast” in 1927 by former Chief Justice Earl Warren, for a while, with its abundance of speakeasies and racetracks, Emeryville was an industrial wasteland of lawless entertainment that lived up to its name. Today, Emeryville shows few signs of its risqué past and has become the place for homeowners who appreciate its hip and eco-friendly metropolis vibe. In a Word Eclectic Living Here Although Emeryville shed its rebel reputation long ago, the town’s historic speakeasy buildings and bayside setting are favorites of the out-and-about set. Here,...

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