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Patricia Bennett & Jeffrey Neidleman present:

Exceptional Upper Oakmore Home


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Welcome to this grand and spacious 1936 home in the Oakmore Highlands district with lovely Bay views. From the spacious entry to the formal dining room to the ballroom-size formal living room this home is one-of-a-kind.
Four bedrooms, three on the upper level, four full baths, one-half bath, an expansive family room with a second large fireplace, a bar with a sink, a full bath, and a dressing room. The primary suite and all other bedrooms have beautiful Bay views.
The home has freshly refinished hardwood floors throughout, fresh paint, an updated eat-in kitchen with new appliances, high ceilings and crown moldings. Original chandeliers and light fixtures grace most rooms.
The attached 2-car garage has convenient inside access. There is a mega-size laundry room ( with Bay view!) and an adjoining utility room with so much potential for additional uses.
Close to shopping, parks, freeways, and public transportation.
A must see!


get in touch


For a private showing please contact:

Patricia Bennett
(510) 387-1773
[email protected]


Jeffrey Neidleman
(510) 435-0325
[email protected]


Patricia Bennett


Broker Associate

Experience Makes The Difference

DRE# 00903396

510 482 9000 office


Jeffrey Neidleman


Broker Associate

DRE# 01309500

510.435.0325 office

510.435.0325 mobile


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Neighborhood Gallery

1945 Oakview Drive

A little information about the wonderful Oakmore neighborhood:

Oakmore Homes Association  

The Oakmore Homes Association is the oldest homeowner’s association in Oakland. Established by Walter H. Leimert in 1926, the Association continues to work with the City of Oakland to maintain the unique beauty of this wonderful neighborhood called “Oakmore Highlands”. Their mission: “ The Oakmore Homes Association is a community of Oakmore neighbors committed to promoting and enhancing safety, beautification, community in our neighborhood” They sponsor a neighborhood Fourth of July celebration, an occasional community garage sale, common area and creek clean-ups and act as a watchdog for zoning and planning issues. Visit www.oakmorehomes.com


Dimond Park (at the end of Hanly Road just below Oakmore Highlands)

  • Hiking trail along Sausal Creek to Redwood RegionalPark
  • Playgrounds
  • Heated outdoor swimming pool
  • Two tennis courts
  • One basketball court
  • Picnic areas


Friends of Sausal Creek 

The Friends of Sausal Creek is a group of residents, teachers, students, merchants, and elected officials working together with the City of Oakland and the County of Alameda to improve Sausal Creek. The organization supports creek restoration, maintenance, and planning efforts. Sausal Creek runs through Dimond Canyon along the Bridgeview trail at Monterey Road, Dimond Park and lower Oakmore.

Casual Carpool to San Francisco

blocks away on Park Boulevard at Hollywood Avenue

Montclair Village

Tucked away in the wooded hills and winding streets above Oakland, Montclair is a small community with an appealing central shopping district. Sizable custom homes, along with a mix of Mediterranean, Craftsman, and contemporary-style homes are situated on forested lots, offering an elegant retreat from the city.

The Montclair Business District is a throwback to a simpler time before strip malls, megamalls, and big-box stores. Residents can find everything they need, from dry cleaning and groceries to restaurants. Local restaurant favorites include the Montclair Egg Shop, Daughter Thai and Crogan’s Montclair Restaurant. Gourmet specialty items are available at Le Bonbon, and Farmstead Wine and Cheese. A farmers market on Sundays provides fresh local produce and baked goods. Montclair is home to fine arts, wine and crafts festivals throughout the year and a jazz festival in the late summer that enlivens the street scene.