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Welcome to this incredible 3-bedroom/1.5-bath Craftsman home sited on a tastefully landscaped corner lot located in the desirable Rockridge neighborhood.
 
Upon entering this c.1915 home from the wrap-around front porch, you will marvel at the many original period details including the natural unpainted wood, hardwood floors with inlaid accents and leaded glass cabinet doors. The sunny living room on the main level has built-in bookcases with stained-glass cabinet doors on either side of a large fireplace faced with interesting decorative tiles. The formal dining room features wainscoting and a classic large built-in buffet with leaded glass cabinets and whimsical decorative stain-glass inserts.
 
The updated kitchen has lots of usable storage areas, workspace, and an adjacent half bath along with access to the lower level laundry area, backyard and garage.
 
The upper level has three bedrooms per public records – one bedroom is accessible via the others and is useful as a home office, sun porch or nursery. The full bathroom on this level was recently remodeled with high-end materials and finishes.
 
This Rockridge neighborhood is blocks to College Avenue with a 91 WalkScore®, near diverse shopping and dining options including the vibrant Sunday Temescal Produce market, popular Rockridge Market Hall and Trader Joes.
 
Close to freeway, public transportation options as well as Rockridge BART which is just blocks away.
 
You can’t beat this location!


Neighborhood


If you cross Alcatraz Avenue, which divides Oakland and Berkeley, you’ll find yourself in Rockridge, one of Oakland's most desirable, charming, and convenient neighborhoods.

Housing in Rockridge is a combination of charming bungalows, cottages, classic Arts and Crafts dwellings, and large brown-shingle houses. Its leafy streets are mainly residential.

Rockridge offers an easy commute into San Francisco via the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, as well as access to the University of California, Berkeley Campus. The 100-year-old, four-acre campus of the California College of Art and Crafts is nearby. Food-and-drink purveyors in Rockridge provide the best from around the world and local farms.

Rockridge Market Hall, which takes its cue from the French Marché, offers numerous individual food and flower shops open to the sidewalk. Dozens of restaurants, cafes, and boutiques line bustling College Avenue, Rockridge's main drag.

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