Oakland, CA 94609
Located in Oakland’s historic Idora Park, this 3+ bedroom, 2 1/2 bath Tudor retains the charm of the original 1930's architecture while being completely renovated by architect Paul Vincent.
The private upper-level master retreat has a sitting area, 3 closets, hardwood floors and period-inspired built-in shelving. The master bath includes designer tile work, heated floors, and a walk-in shower. The lower-level bonus room has a half bath, closet, and its own separate entrance with access to the garage and backyard. The 2nd level features 2 large bedrooms and a full bath with clawfoot tub, marble tile, and a walk-in shower. Additional remodeling includes a chef's kitchen with newer appliances, custom backsplash, 2 built-in beer taps, and a wine cooler. Wood flooring throughout, skylights, tankless water heater, a 6-channel sound system, custom window treatments, and so much more. The backyard includes a newer hot tub and stone hardscaping.
Ideally located, this home is close to shopping in Rockridge, Temescal and the new Whole Foods. With a walk score of 92 & minutes from BART & freeways, this is a commuter's dream location. Zoned for award-winning Peralta Elementary. Welcome Home!
Welcome to Oakland! There are so many places to feel at home in this bayside city because it simply has it all, whether you seek culinary adventures, a thriving music and art scene, or serene outdoor escapes.
Living in Oakland offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Oakland there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Oakland and residents tend to be liberal.
The surroundings of Oakland boast many natural features, along with numerous attractions attracting visitors from all over the United States. One of the most prominent features of Oakland is Merritt Lake, which is well known for its location right in the city centre. Lake Merritt is home to much of the city's recreation and is named after the Lake Merritt Wild Fowl Sanctuary, the oldest sanctuary of its kind in the United States, dating back to 1870.
Oakland is home not only to a magnificent lake, but also to many public performances by the Oakland Symphony Orchestra and the Oakland Civic Ballet. Oakland is also home to the Oakland Museum, the Knowland State Arboretum and the Oakland Zoo Park.
536 Aileen Street
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