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Brian Santilena presents:

An Oakland Mid-Century

$1,195,000

About this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

2834 Frye St. Oakland CA

Livable luxury and understated elegance awaits you. 

 

This lovely, sun drenched portion of Frye Street is located on an Oakland foothills cul-de-sac end of the Lincoln-Wilshire Heights neighborhood and offering vast southwesterly views of Oakland, Alameda, the Bay and San Francisco beyond. 

Perched on a mild upslope lot overlooking its verdantly landscaped front garden rests this spacious mid-century modern home built in 1950.  There are 3 full bedrooms (2 with on-suite), 3 updated bathrooms, 2 fireplaces an open kitchen and a large 2 car garage with interior access to the home.

The bright kitchen balances function and fashion, with newer stainless appliances to the custom designed cabinetry and solid surface countertops.  Masterfully laid out with gathering with friends and family in mind there is a formal dining room plus a large living room and an enormous floor-to-ceiling picture-window capturing big views and the glorious evening sunsets.  

There is a spacious primary suite with its own patio access and luxurious spa like bathroom suite.  Even the hallway full bathroom is highly stylized and recently updated.  The lower level offers a private third bedroom with its own full bath and large walk-in closet.  Indoor/outdoor living is achieved by the level-out sunny private rear deck and patio, terraced garden beds and stairs up to a flat grassy view laden play yard.  

This is truly an amazing view home in wonderful condition and in a terrific location.  Don’t miss your opportunity to claim it for your own… The only thing missing is you!!

 

Features and Specifications

Built in 1950

3 bedrooms

3 bathrooms

2 fireplaces

2 car garage with interior access

Solar system (owned not leased)

All appliances included

2387 interior space (per measurement)

6844 lot size (per public record)

 

Shown by appointment only.  For details, information or a private showing please contact Brian Santilena with COMPASS real estate 510-501-3534

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Sunday Oct. 3 2:00-4:30

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(510) 501-3534
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Brian Santilena

Compass

Realtor® Associate

DRE# 01244612

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www.SantilenaHomes.com

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2834 Frye Street

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