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Sharon Ho presents:

Sophisticated Uptown Condo

$599,000

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About this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

Spacious one bedroom loft condo featuring:

Light filled loft with 2 skylights 

Large closet

Freshly painted interior

Updated kitchen and baths

Kitchen features maple cabinetry, granite counters and stainless steel appliances

In unit washer and dryer

Large deck off the dining area for outdoor dining and entertainment

Deeded garage space and storage unit

Large communal patio and dog run

Close to shopping, eateries of Uptown such as Duende, Belly, Hopscotch

and entertainment with Fox and Paramount Theaters nearby

Commuter's dream with BART nearby and other transit options

Walk score 97 / Bike score 98

 

 

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Schedule

Open Houses:
August 7th 2-4:30 pm

Brokers Tour:
August 4th 11-1 pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Sharon Ho
(415) 680-6852
[email protected]

Sharon Ho

Compass

Realtor

DRE# 01032714

510-339-6460 office

415.680.6852 mobile

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Neighborhood Gallery

425 28th Street #202A

Once a shopping district in the early 20th century, Uptown is the hottest neighborhood in Oakland. A new restaurant, indie boutique, or bar seemingly opens every other week, with nearly 125 opened in the past decade. Billed as the arts and entertainment district of Oakland, it fulfills its promise, particularly during the boisterous Art Murmur on First Fridays. But the prettiest art may be the Art Deco buildings themselves, with the crown jewels being the show stopping Fox and the Paramount theaters. The former is mostly a live music venue; the latter channels its inner flapper often (classic movies with a live organ player). Art galleries, run by the artists or by volunteers, are opening in brick warehouses. Down side streets are scenes of the start-up, DIY revolution with co-ops, an urban winery, entrepreneur hubs, and creative centers.

Tucked away on 26th street, Classic Cars West is home to a vintage and classic car sales and consignment, on site vegan restaurant and beer garden.

To avoid Art Murmur crowds, do the self-guided Saturday Stroll to many galleries, including 25th Street Collective, Creative Growth Art Center, and Vessel Gallery.

This must be the place to be!