About the features:
This rare 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom corner unit home has abundant natural lighting. Also, hardwood flooring, stone counters, tub surrounds and stone bathroom floors are upgraded amenities. The kitchen has Stainless Steel appliances. Master bedroom has a spacious walk in closet. The home was freshly painted designer colors.
The views from the Master Bedroom are exceptional and face East providing a shaded balcony for relaxation at the end of a long day. The gated garage includes one parking space. The home has radiant heating throughout.  
Temescal Neighborhood is a vibrant area with many unique shops, collectables and restaurants including Homeroom known for extraordinary macaroni and cheese, Fenton’s Ice Creamery on Piedmont Avenue and the quaint Temescal Alley at 49th Street and Telegraph.

Location provides easy access to B.A.R.T., I580, and Highway 24 from Broadway. Move in ready.



Temescal is one of the oldest neighborhoods in north Oakland, named for Temescal Creek. California bungalows and stucco single-family homes comprise the bulk of housing in Temescal, which is popular with first-time Oakland homebuyers. 

Temescal’s main thoroughfare is Telegraph Avenue, which runs from the MacArthur Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station to 55th Street. The highly walkable neighborhood has the feel of an urban village. Play Cafe offers parents a place to eat while their kids can romp around and engage with toys. Feeding the foodies of Temescal are Bakesale Betty’s, the wood-fired ovens of Pizzaiolo, and authentic Mexican restaurant Doña Tomás. The Temescal Farmers' Market provides fresh produce, and food stands serve chai, crepes, and Blue Bottle Coffee. Wine lovers rave about The Wine Mine’s weekly tastings, and wine bar Marc 49 serves patrons on its off-street patio.

Arts and culture make this neighborhood lively. The annual Temescal Street Fair showcases arts, crafts, and music by residents of all ages. Galleries feature up-and-coming young artists. The Temescal Arts Center hosts dance and musical performances and offers classes in everything from yoga to tai chi. Studio One Art Center, run by Oakland’s Parks & Recreation department, offers affordable art, photography, bookmaking, and yoga classes taught by working professionals. The Temescal Library, opened in 1918 with Andrew Carnegie’s foundation funds, is the only Oakland branch to offer books in Amharic and Tigrinya languages. 


Open Houses:
Saturday February, 27: 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Sunday February, 28: 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Brokers Tour:
Monday, February 29: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

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