• $950,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Bath
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 1,065 SqFt
  • MLS# 40905610

Located in the heart of Longfellow, this warm, inviting home has been updated for modern living. There are two bedrooms, 1.5 baths, lots of upgrades, new systems and a large bonus space. 

The open living room, dining room, and kitchen are light-filled and inviting. Hard wood floors throughout creates a seamless flow. The completely new kitchen has plenty of storage space, new appliances, plus the convenience of a built-in washer and dryer. 

There are two bedrooms with huge closets, big bright windows, and wood floors. The all-new bathroom is stylish and roomy.

HUGE BONUS + POTENTIAL: The downstairs is prime for expansion. This roughly 1,000 sq.ft. area is fully finished and has a half bathroom with easy potential for a full bath. There is an interior staircase from the main level and exterior access. You’ll find endless uses for this space. 

The back and side yard are a gardener’s dream: two raised beds have been filled with veggies, herbs, and butterfly-friendly plants. There is a lime tree full of blooms for the next crop. The patio area is perfect for outside dining and relaxing. 

Take advantage of the central N. Oakland/Emeryville border location to get where you need to go easily. You’re only blocks away from Macarthur BART (12 min. walking) and shuttles. There is easy access to hwys 24/580. You are very close to Temescal and Emeryville amenities such as shopping, dining, parks, library, and the farmer’s market. 

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