Old school charm with modern upgrades can be found throughout this 1915 Craftsman with exquisite woodwork and beautiful hardwood floors.
List Price: $1,095,000 | Date Listed: August 19th, 2016
This historic 1,683 square foot Home Bay listing offers tons of space with a bonus sunroom, as well as a garage that is at the same level as the interior of the home – a rare find in this area. Historic wood details can be found throughout in the floors, doors, trim, built-in cabinets, shelving and more.
With a tray ceiling and abundance of windows, this living room is the perfect place to welcome guests to or unwind at the end of the day. The addition of the stone fireplace and stunning original hardwood floors make this room a great focal point of an even greater home.Connected to the living room through a beautiful wood archway, this dining room is well sized and has tons of built in storage and cabinets. Detailed wood paneling provides a warm environment to enjoy your favorite meal in.This super-functional, extra-long kitchen makes both cooking and entertaining a breeze with tons of counter and cabinet space, as well as an oversized island with a bar. Stainless steel appliances and recessed lighting introduce modern design elements into this historic home.While cozy, this beautiful master bedroom is outfitted with original hardwood floors, a traditional picture rail, and two windows to let in ample natural light.The contemporary master bathroom has a glass shower, modern vanity and eco-friendly toilet. It’s connected to the master bedroom through an extra-wide archway.A sunroom and set of wooden french doors lead to this small backyard with a nice patio and tons of greenery. This quaint oasis is the perfect place to have family and friends over or cook up your favorite meal on the grill.
Located just over the Bay Bridge due east of San Francisco lies Oakland – the eighth largest city in California. This home in particular is located near the Temescal neighborhood. The heart of Temescal lies on Telegraph Avenue which boasts many unique and popular restaurants as well as the MacArthur BART Station. Temescal is also home to one of the few tool lending libraries in the bay area.
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