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Renewed Mid-Century Modern, Level, Home in Select Oakland Hills Neighborhood with In-Law Option for Various Lifestyles
Two primary suites, Two kitchens, separate entries & outdoor spaces. Private front yard: tile walk/sheltered porch, patio, roses. Secluded back yard with wide deck and redwood views. Newer roof, two car garage. Open floorplans, hardwood floors.
Main level (3B,2b - 1970SF): Living: high ceiling, flagstone fireplace, shelves, redwood & bay views. Primary Bedroom: ensuite bath (2 sinks, shower). Bedroom 2 (office, classroom). Dining bar to kitchen: island, stone counters, s/s sink, appliances. Garage exit, w/d. Bedroom 3 (WIC), bath (shower/tub).
Lower level (2B,2b - 1482SF) via inside or outside stairs, patio doors to deck. Family: granite bar, full kitchen w/ s/s appliances, glass doors to deck. Primary suite: ensuite bath, doors to deck. Bedroom 2: adjacent bath (shower/tub), laundry room (w/d, storage, utilities).
Surrounded by parks & trails, bay views. Convenient shopping, dining, coffee off Hwy13 at Lincoln Square and Montclair including Sunday Farmer's Market
The Skyline/Hillcrest Highlands neighborhood is small in footprint and population, encompassing less than 100 homes, but its perch on top of the Oakland Hills and surrounding green space make for scenic views and areas for locals to relax and play. Bordered by the Leona Canyon Regional Open Space, Leona Heights Park, and Redwood Regional Park, the neighborhood's large, contemporary homes offer amenities like patios and tennis courts.
Skyline/Hillcrest Highlands/Estates offers locals and visitors a wealth of parks and trails for picnicking and hiking. Joaquin Miller Park, Berkeley Fire Trails, and Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve are picturesque landscapes and challenging walks for you and your canine friends. Venture out of the neighborhood and you’ll enter the larger environs of Montclair, including its community parks and recreation and close proximity to commuting options — including the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) casual carpool, and AC Transit bus lines.
Small and self-contained, the Montclair Business District is a throwback to a simpler time before strip malls, mega-malls, and big box stores ruled the retail scene. Stretching along a few small compact blocks along Mountain Boulevard, residents can find everything they need from a postage stamp and a spare key, to dry cleaning and groceries, all within a short walk. Shoppers will find small family-run stores that have been mainstays of the town for generations. Local restaurant favorites include the Montclair Egg Shop, Montclair Malt Shop, and Crogan’s. Gourmet specialty items are available at A.G. Ferrari, Le Bonbon, and Farmstead Wine and Cheese. A farmers market on Sundays provides fresh local produce and bakery goods. Montclair is home to a fine arts festival in the spring and a jazz festival in the fall that enlivens the street scene.
It’s easy to enjoy a wide variety of year-round outdoor activities in Oakland. Redwood and Roberts Regional Parks encompass stately forests of 150-foot coast redwoods and provide miles of hiking, jogging, and horseback-riding trails. Anthony Chabot Regional Park offers golfing, an equestrian center, hiking, bicycling, and fishing. The 100-acre Oakland Zoo featuring more than 660 native and exotic animals, including a rainforest and an African savannah. The zoo also has a ride area that features a train that circles the park and hosts events year-round, including overnight-stay educational programs, the Clorox Wildlife Theater, and ZooLights during the holidays. For sports fans, Oakland is home to the Oakland Raiders, Oakland Athletics, Golden State Warriors, and the Golden Gate Fields racetrack.