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A Neighborhood for Every Lifestyle
This adorable, updated Laurel Bungalow is nestled on a tree-lined street, serenely tucked away among Bougainvillea and a prolific plum tree within the recently landscaped front and back yards.
It has a welcoming open floor plan. The kitchen and living room have vaulted ceilings as well as wood floors which were recently refinished.
The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, and was updated with lovely quartz countertops, beautiful tiles, stainless steel sink and faucet.
The primary bedroom has a cute alcove, that can be used as a den, and offers access to the back yard. New carpet was recently installed in the bedrooms.
The sparkling bathroom was just updated with subway tile backsplash, tile floors, a new window, a light fixture and medicine cabinet.
The garage provides additional storages and plus spaces for multiple uses.
A car can fit at the front part of the driveway but cannot fit down the driveway to the garage.
The home was freshly painted and the front and back yards newly landscaped.
A great home for entertaining! It’s only blocks from the lively commercial area of the Laurel District, with its abundance of restaurants, café’s, shopping, public transportation, and easy freeway access.
A small neighborhood approximately 15 minutes east of Downtown Oakland, the Laurel District is teeming with culture and diversity. As you walk through this diverse neighborhood, it’s easy to gain a sense of what makes Laurel such an amazing place to live.
Featuring older Bungalow-style homes, many of which have been fully upgraded from the inside out, the Laurel District combines the quaint feel of 1940s California with a modern assortment of restaurants, shops, and annual festivals. Laurel hosts an annual, dog-friendly Street Fair. Held every August, the street fair features an incredible lineup of musicians, plus food, drinks, and goods from a variety of reputable artisan vendors.
Residents of Laurel can walk to a wide variety of restaurants and try several different cuisines any day of the week. Notable restaurants in the neighborhood include:
Sequoia Diner: Offering a delectable menu of breakfast and lunch staples, everything at Sequoia Diner is made from scratch. A fantastic option for breakfast with friends and family.
Miliki Restaurant: Savor the flavors of West Africa in this popular dining establishment. Add in a small stage for live music and a DJ, and transport yourself into a different-yet-fun culture without leaving town.
The Laurel District is conveniently located next to I-580 and is less than 15 miles from the heart of San Francisco. If you prefer utilizing public transit, residents of Laurel can easily access the BART System via Route 54 with a short walk down MacArthur Boulevard to 35th Avenue. Furthermore, college students and faculty who live in Laurel are just a half mile away from Mills College. Commutes to the Financial District and the Mission District take less than an hour, allowing you to relax on the way to and from work.
If you are looking for a quaint, charming neighborhood in the Bay Area with great food, shopping, and easy access to highways and public transit, the Laurel District could be the perfect fit for you!