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Three Stylish Uptown Oakland Condos
Only Unit 565 is still available - all other units have sold.
This newly converted building has been
rebuilt from the new foundation to the new roof. Everything is newly remodeled with all upgraded systems – foundation, roof, plumbing, electrical, dual pane windows. Each unit has its own central heat and in-unit laundry hook ups.
On the market for the first time.
This is a small 3 unit complex with low HOA of $250/month.
Fabulous 2 bed/1 bath loft condo in Uptown Oakland with private detached garage and patio. Industrial chic vibe with soaring ceilings, natural wood beams, and extra loft space in one of the bedrooms. Large combo living /dining /kitchen. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, quartz counters, dishwasher, new tile and cabinetry. Bathroom with jetted tub. In unit laundry hook ups. Quality flooring.
563 is SOLD
Adorable open concept 2 bed/1 bath condo. This condo has a new kitchen with large island/bar, stainless steel appliances, new cabinetry, quartz counter tops, dishwasher, and new tile. New bathroom with tub. In-unit laundry hookups. Quality flooring.
Asking price - $445,000
This unique 2 bed/1.5 bath condo is two stories with a large private back yard and patio. Downstairs has a combo living /dining /kitchen with french doors to private yard. Plus convenient half bath. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances, quartz counters, dishwasher, new tile and cabinetry. Upstairs with 2 bedrooms, full bathroom, and in unit laundry hook ups. Hardwood floors.
567 is SOLD
These units are in a vibrant walking and biking location, minutes away from Target, Whole Foods, Sprouts, Grocery Outlet, amazing restaurants, bars, and shopping, the historic Fox Theater, 2 BART stations, and so much more.
Oakland’s heritage as a port city can still be found in its communities and cuisine: Le Cheval, a Vietnamese neighborhood institution; Rio California, a Brazilian eatery located in Preservation Park; and Ichiro, a Japanese sushi bar.
Oakland’s entertainment scene includes the massive Paramount Theatre on Broadway and the Fox Theater on Telegraph Avenue. These former movie palaces now feature symphony performances, ballet, rock acts, and showings of classic movies.
For the gallery-goers, Oakland First Fridays is a gallery walk that includes artisan works and food vendors.
There is no issue finding your way to the multitude of restaurants, bars, and shops. Near Target, Whole Foods, Sprouts, Grocery Outlet.
Many residents walk or bike to work, while those who work in San Francisco have access to two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations.