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Features

Located on one of Maxwell Park’s most coveted streets, this enchanting, light-filled Tudor offers original architectural detail and modern upgrades. Lovely entryway with parquet floors and hall closet. Spacious living room with vaulted ceiling, elegant fireplace and beautiful, multi-pane windows and a view of the Oakland hills. Stylishly remodeled kitchen with artistic natural stone tile countertop, maple cabinets and tile flooring next to the charming breakfast room with wainscoting and built-in cabinets. Offering two bedrooms and an updated bath with tile flooring and pedestal sink. The master bedroom has Anderson dual-pane French doors that open to a wonderful redwood deck with seating benches. The sweet yard has raised garden beds plus fruit trees - apple, lemon, fig, persimmon, orange and apricot trees as well as gorgeous roses in the side yard when in bloom. Five rose bushes with unique colors! Wonderful detached studio with half bath, bamboo flooring, greenhouse window and on demand water heater- great for home office, art or music studio and more! Other features include solar panels, detached garage with automatic opener plus long driveway, beautiful hardwood floors, basement for storage and laundry room.

Allendale Avenue is a special street in Maxwell Park - with block parties, an annual garage sale, a garden walk in the spring, holiday singing & caroling in December and more! Enjoy Mills College’s beautiful grounds close by for walking, tennis, swimming, dance and music concerts, lectures and art exhibits. Conveniently located close to AC and BART, easy access to 580 and 13 freeways. Just minutes away from great shopping and restaurants – Farmer Joe’s Marketplace, Peet’s Coffee, World Ground Café, The Food Mill, Sequoia Diner, Communite Table, La Farine Bakery, Degrees Plato Taproom, Homestead Apothecary and Planet Fitness. Maxwell Park has a strong sense of community- a neighborhood residents are happy to call home.

Neighborhood


Perhaps no other Oakland neighborhood exemplifies the city's changing face like Maxwell Park, increasingly popular with East Bay homebuyers thanks to its charming homes, relative affordability, and convenience to public transportation and jobs. The Maxwell Park area is an established neighborhood. It’s home to first-time homebuyers, long-time residents, and multi-generational families, as well as students, faculty, and staff from Mills College.

MacArthur Boulevard, the main artery into the Laurel, serves as its business district, with mom-and-pop businesses and eateries. Gerardo’s Restaurant serves up authentic Mexican dishes, Phnom Penh House provides Cambodian and Asian fusion entrees, and Everett & Jones BBQ for some comfort food. Sequoia diner is always a popular location for locals and visitors to the neighborhood. Residents demonstrate neighborhood pride at the annual Laurel Street Fair, which celebrates local food and music.

Laurel is a diverse neighborhood close by, with houses ranging from 1920s-era bungalows to newer contemporary and traditional dwellings. 
MacArthur Boulevard, the main artery in Laurel, serves as its business district, with mom-and-pop businesses and eateries. Residents demonstrate neighborhood pride at the annual Laurel Street Fair, which celebrates local food and music.



Schedule

Open Houses:
February 22 & 23, 2-4:30

February 29, 2-4:30

March 1, 2-4:30

Brokers Tour:
February 24, 10:30-1

Additional Showings by Appointment:
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Kate Phillips

REALTOR®Enthusiastic Realtor Since 1990Coldwell BankerDRE# 01064343510.406.3840 mobilewww.KatePhillipsHomes.com