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Cute as a button! You'll fall in love with this classic 2 bed 2 bath Alameda bungalow home and be thrilled by it's extra surprise. A previous owner added an additional room above the garage providing a wonderful flexible space you can utilize based on your needs! It's perfect as primary suite. office, guest room, even a possible Air BnB!
You’re greeted by the quintessential front porch, perfect for relaxing at the end of the day and chatting with neighbors as they walk by. Upon entry, you’ll be pleased to find the living room is adorned with original architecture including gas fireplace, built-in cupboards and decorative woodwork. However, you’ll also appreciate the updated bathroom and kitchen with modern appliances, including a gas stove , which provide the comfort you’re looking for.
Complimenting the home is a great outdoor space for entertaining family and friends or just relaxing with your morning coffee or tea. The garage is set at the rear of the lot at the end of an extra long driveway and provides a good deal of storage space. Interior and exterior recently painted, ready for you to move right in! Close to Encinal Corners, schools, parks, public transit even a quick drive to the Oakland Airport!
Built in 1924
1,005 sq ft living space (approx)
2 bedroom 2 bath with bonus space
Separate laundry room
Saturday September 10 2pm-4pm
Sunday September 11 2pm-4pm
Sunday September 18 2pm-4pm
Tuesday September 13 11am - 1pm
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Contact Anne McKereghan
Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty
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