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Hope Broderick presents:

Exceptional Grand Lake home

Sold for: $1,290,000

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Updated spacious Craftsman home, ideally situated for urban dwellers, between several popular neighborhoods. Just blocks to Piedmont Ave, Downtown and Grand Lake, gourmet dining, shopping, nightlife, farmer's markets and all major transportation. Minutes to SF!

Home features three bedrooms on the upper level, all with walk in closets. An additional room on the main level is ideal for a home office.

Light-filled living room has a fireplace and bay windows. Eat-in Kitchen features breakfast bar and opens to formal dining area.

Special features include, original wainscoting, grand staircase, cedar lined closet and built-ins. French doors lead to a newer deck and private, level garden with room for vegetables and herbs, and play and entertaining under the stars. Large garage is ideal for art studio.

Sunday Open House is 8/22, 1pm to 3pm.

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Open Houses:
Sunday, August 22nd, 1-3 p.m.

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Hope Broderick
(510) 967-2294
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Hope Broderick


Realtor® Associate

Platinum Circle 2014

DRE# 01298281

(510) 967-2294 office

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184 Santa Clara Avenue

Grand Lake is a small, scenic neighborhood just two miles north of Downtown Oakland. Located on the northeast side of Interstate 580, the real estate in Grand Lake is a nice mix of spacious condos, cozy multi-plex units, and quaint Craftsman-style, single family homes. The neighborhood is also surrounded by some of the most popular neighborhoods/cities in the East Bay: Adams Point to the west, Crocker Highlands to the east, and Piedmont to the north. The Grand Lake - Oakland Farmers Market is considered to be one of the most popular farmers market in the East Bay. variety of artisans, food purveyors, and farmers bring their finest goods to Lake Park Avenue for eager customers to purchase every Saturday from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm,. If you enjoy locally grown organic produce, grass-fed meats, locally-sourced seafood, honey, and beautifully hand-crafted jewelry, you will love visiting this farmers market. Grand Lake’s proximity to I-580 makes it easy and convenient to commute to and from San Francisco. Additionally, there are several bus routes that lead commuters to the Salesforce Transit Center, which is within walking distance of the Financial District and Google Headquarters. When Grand Lake residents want to enjoy a nice meal, Grand Avenue provides plenty of amazing dining options. Some of the notable restaurants On Grand Ave include: The Alley: Known as the Bay’s oldest piano bar, The Alley is the perfect place to start your night out with great music, amazing food, and tasty cocktails. The Star on Grand: In addition to both deep-dish and thin crust pies, you can also enjoy delicious salads and sandwiches. The Star on Grand is also a perfect mid-day retreat with co-workers thanks to their incredible lunch specials. The Coffee Mill: Not only is this a great place to pick up your morning coffee, The Coffee Mill also features amazing breakfast options and a variety of fresh-baked goodies for the whole family. With delicious food, bustling farmer’s market, and easy access to transportation, it’s easy to see why Grand Lake has become a popular East Bay neighborhood to call home.