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Welcome in the new year with fresh Modern Farmhouse style. This 2+ bedroom and 1+ bath home is situated at the end of a deep driveway in the heart of the Dimond District.
Don’t let the square footage fool you. There’s plenty of room to live, work and store all your precious cargo. The full basement includes a finished office or bedroom with quarter bath, a laundry area, a workshop/garage and tons of storage space.
The home has multiple outdoor areas ideal for relaxing, gathering and entertaining. The front gate opens to an inviting red brick courtyard and sitting porch. The deck off the rear bedroom is perfect for a cup of tea and a good book. Out back, the sunny yard has a spacious grassy area, planting beds and a flagstone patio.
Once inside, you’ll find an airy living room with vaulted ceilings, room for dining and gleaming hardwood floors. The kitchen has been refurbished with butcher block counters and there is a separate breakfast room overlooking the back yard. As the climate shifts, a Nest thermostat delivers both central heat and A/C.
The Dimond neighborhood is friendly, vibrant and super convenient. Enjoy great shops and tasty restaurants like Farmer Joe’s, LaFarine, Peets, Grand Lake Kitchen and Bombera. Take casual carpool or the transbay bus to SF. Visit nearby Dimond park for the tot lot, swimming, tennis or just to pop in at the rec center. Pick up a book at the library on your way home. A few minutes up the hill is Joaquin Miller Park where you’ll find wonderful hiking trails, dog parks and summer theater.
• Updates include major overhaul of electrical, HVAC system & window replacement in 2019 •
The Dimond neighborhood is super walkable and hosts Farmer Joe's and Safeway, La Farine, Peets Coffee, Oaklandish, awesome restaurants like Umami Cafe, Bombera, Grand Lake Kitchen and the best burritos in town at Los Comales. Families appreciate a branch of the Oakland Public Library, as well as Dimond Park and Dimond Recreation Center. The Dimond Improvement Association (DIA) is committed to making the tight-knit neighborhood “a vital, safe and beautiful place” for its residents and plans community events -- including the annual Oaktober Fest.
Interstate 580 forms the neighborhood's southern border, a convenient perk for commuters. There's a casual carpool and AC Transit's NL bus line, which offers transbay service to downtown San Francisco on both weekdays and weekends.