In the city! Stunning contemporary remodel boasts open floorplan & huge lot for entertaining.Located in tranquil hills of Chabot Park Estates near trails for the outdoor enthusiast! Features: 3-car garage, bonus converted basement for au pair/studio, new windows, floors, heated bath floors & luxury kitchen.
Updated Contemporary with two bedrooms / two baths plus an upstairs activity room. Gourmet kitchen, wood floors, an open floor plan with a combination living / dining room. Separate studio makes an ideal guest room, family room and/or home office. Gated front and level back garden.
Two+ bedrooms/ 2+ baths. This charming craftsman Laurel neighborhood bungalow w/welcoming front porch,brick fireplace, rich wood floors & updated kitchen w/Viking range, stainless steel appliances, updated baths, laundry room, SEPARATE 2BD/1BA unit for in-law or au pair! Workshop +Garage. Huge sunny backyard.
Check out the San Francisco Chronicle’s front page article on my new listing!
Located in Oakland’s prestigious Claremont Pines neighborhood of Upper Rockridge, 107 Alpine Terrace is a captivating example of traditional architecture, classic architectural details and modern luxury sited perfectly to capture one of the most sought after views in the country. Fully gated and at the end of the cul-de-sac, this luxury retreat offers security and privacy in an elegant setting with panoramic views throughout.
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SF Curbed, our local real estate blog, reports that here in the Oakland, median home prices have increased even faster than in the city of San Francisco. Based on data from Ziprealty, SF Curbed reports the median home price in Oakland has increased from $245,ooo last year to a whopping $432,000 this year! By contrast, San Francisco’s median home price has only increased 20% over the same time period. Wow.
However, the article also notes: “the actual dollar amount (Oakland’s median price) is still only half the median home sale price in San Francisco.” So, although prices are exploding here in the East Bay, home prices here are still an amazing bargain compared to the city across the bay. Below is a graphic of zip code by zip code median home prices here in the East Bay (courtesy of Ziprealty). See the full SF Curbed article here.
Interestingly, the map leaves out one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Oakland, namely Rockridge. The current median price in Rockridge according to DQ News is $700,000.