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Welcome to your urban cabin in the woods. Spectacular tripled sized, oak studded lot, greets you with dappled sunlight; the wood paneled cabin and barn-style detached garage are peaceful and surrounded by spacious grounds yet blocks to shops and services. The full width front porch, with wood burning stove, walls of multi-pane windows, will be one of your favorite places: serene, green views, amazing light. Tongue and groove wood paneling in the large kitchen and bedroom are cozy. The living room feels like a treehouse with windows on 3 sides & French doors to a wrap-around deck.
Features in keeping with the era of the house but modern conveniences: a below counter refrigerator + freezer, built-in dishwasher, custom shelving in the large back porch/pantry/laundry, butcher block counters and cabinet updates, vintage stove, high electrical capacity to the garage/possible studio/workshop, newer furnace, sewer lateral compliant. large garage with tall ceilings, skylights.
Amazing opportunity to live amongst nature on over a half acre lot, in Oakland’s Dimond & Laurel neighborhoods.
Showings per COVID rules are by appointment only. Only 2 buyers and one agent at the property at a time. To schedule a showinig, only agents can schedule via BRIDGE MLS, see calendly link for this property in the agent remarks. Follow COVID safe practices.
Redwood Heights takes its name from a former logging road that winds into the Oakland Hills. Homes range in style and include Tudor, Craftsman, and French Normandy, with some homes built in the 1920s. The Redwood Heights Neighborhood Association is dedicated to preserving a sense of community through events such as block parties and barbecues. The Redwood Heights Recreation Center is used by locals of all ages for weekend gatherings and classes including dance, cooking, and karate. Peralta Creek's 9 acres of creekside have been designated as wildlife corridor. A neighborhood nonprofit Native Environment Watershed Transformation (NEWT) orchestrated the Peralta Creek restoration and leads creek field trips for local school groups. Redwood Regional Park offers nearly 40 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails through 1,380 acres of redwood, evergreen, and chaparral forests and open space.