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Karen Nelsen presents:

Modern Delight in The Dimond

$495,000 
about this home's

Features

beds

3

baths

3

Interior

3

Lot

3

Just a few blocks from Safeway, Farmer Joe’s, a wide variety of restaurants, local library and Dimond Park, there is so much to enjoy in the Dimond District, just south of Glenview. Try the newly opened Grand Lake Kitchen and plan to sample craft beers at the local Oaktoberfest in the fall.

  • Newly remodeled condo - top floor in 4-unit building
  • Views of greenery, Oakland Hills & City lights
  • Open floor plan extends to deck directly off living room
  • 2 bedrooms and 1 bath; 851 square feet – corner end unit
  • Updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops
  • Great storage cabinets – kitchen and living area
  • Updated bath – new fixtures, flooring & a treetop view
  • LED lighting throughout; Lightwell (skylight) in kitchen
  • New engineered hardwood floors - living areas & bedrooms
  • Fully repainted interior; refinished tub
  • New washer & dryer (Nov 2019)
  • Garage space and driveway space for each unit
  • Individual storage cabinet at back of garage

BUILDING/ HOA RENOVATIONS

  • Newer windows and sliding doors throughout (2011)
  • Garage doors updated (2011)
  • Seismic retrofit (2018)
  • New roof (2019)

EXTERIOR & NEIGHBORHOOD

  • Garden sideyard walkway between front & back exterior stairs
  • Dimond District restaurants & shops a few blocks away
  • Dimond Park a block away with pool & rec center; local library

With an easy bus ride to BART, Highways 13 & 580, it’s a great spot to connect to the rest of the Bay Area.

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For more information, contact Karen Nelsen, listing agent
(510) 912-8681
[email protected]

Karen Nelsen

Compass

Broker Associate

DRE# 01774094

(510) 912-8681 office

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Neighborhood

2028 Damuth Street #4

The intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue is the heart of Oakland's Dimond neighborhood, one of the city's most up-and-coming enclaves. The walkable neighborhood boasts several major banks, two major grocery stores, a pharmacy, and various mom-and-pop businesses. Families appreciate a branch of the Oakland Public Library, as well as Dimond Park and Dimond Recreation Center on Fruitvale Avenue. The Dimond Improvement Association (DIA) is committed to making the tight-knit neighborhood “a vital, safe and beautiful place” for its residents and plans community events -- including the annual Oaktober festival. Interstate 580 forms the neighborhood's southern border, a convenient perk for commuters. Those who prefer public transportation can use AC Transit's NL bus line, which runs down MacArthur Boulevard and offers transbay service to downtown San Francisco on both weekdays and weekends.