An artist’s haven in Jingletown, and on the market for the first time in 30 years! Behind the facade of an 1890’s Victorian, lies its modern craftsman interpretation with a secret garden. High ceiling and softwood floors, make these updated and tastefully modernized spaces a joy to be in. Located in Jingletown, the home fits perfectly with the artistic and urban nature of the area. Beautifully detailed, from the modern front porch balustrade, to the custom Walnut and Maple cabinetry and soapstone counter tops in the chef’s kitchen. Sunlight floods this home throughout the living room, dining room and the ample bathroom with a classic claw-foot soaking tub. Below, a large art space or bedrooms, additional bath, ample storage, and private backyard await the new owner’s vision.
- 2 bedrooms + 2 baths
- Soapstone countertops
- Bonus sleeping loft
- Off street parking
- 1,056 square feet (per public record)
- Ample Storage areas
- Bed/bath count differ from public record
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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