340 49th Street
Set back from the street and up a few stairs, 340 49th St is an inviting craftsman filled with original details yet stylishly updated. Step inside and you are welcomed by an entry space to settle upon arriving. A spacious living room with large front window, refinished hardwood floors, gas fireplace, and built-in shelving is inviting. Imagine relaxing around the fireplace while reading a favorite book. Perfect for entertaining, the adjoining dining room boasts period wainscoting and moldings and will undoubtedly be the setting of countless celebrations and gatherings! The flow into the kitchen is ideal and the remodeled kitchen will delight chefs and guests alike! Newly added quartz countertops, hardwood floors, and stainless-steel appliances creates a fabulous environment. Carefully chosen hardware and perfectly placed recessed lighting are a few other touches to appreciate! Just a few steps out to the lush backyard to enjoy the various elements that this yard has to offer. From the slate patio to the spa and large lawn, both the young and the young at heart will appreciate this fantastic outdoor space. Imagine dining al fresco, hosting summer BBQs or gazing up at the stars from your own spa. The prolific apple tree will keep the baker in the family satisfied! Both bedrooms are of ample size and the closet systems were designed by California Closets to maximize space. The back bedroom has plenty of windows and a door with direct access to the yard. Conveniently located between the two bedrooms is the freshly painted bathroom complete with shower over tub combination.
Solar panels on the home are a true highlight. Energy and cost savings both will excite the new owner! Other details about this home includes: freshly painted interior and exterior, (2019), on-demand water heater and electric subpanel, (2019) mostly redone foundation with seismic upgrades, (2011) and central heating with Nest, (2015) and a compliant sewer lateral.
Beyond the home, this neighborhood is amazing. Minutes to trendy Telegraph Avenue filled with all of the restaurants and shops you could ask for. The Temescal Alley is located at the very end of 49th Street and is a maker’s haven. From local jewelers such as Esqueleto and Marisa Mason, to the talented studio of Hasain Rahseed Photography and clothing designer Ali Golden this will be sure to inspire. Be sure to check out First Fridays in the Alley! Looking for a fabulous meal? Try Dona Tomas, Burma Superstar or Pizzaiolo. How about a fun cocktail? Rose’s Taproom or Northlight are perfect choices all in the neighborhood. Flying Studio, CorePower Yoga and 17 Jewels Salon will allow for some relaxation. Coffee aficionados can choose from Blue Bottle, Cro Café, Peet’s or Subrosa! Other fun things to do take advantage of are the Temescal Pool and Studio One Art.
This is truly the heart of Oakland. Rockridge, Piedmont Avenue and South Berkeley are just minutes away. Transportation options are plentiful with both MacArthur and Rockridge BART stations within blocks of the home as well as Casual Carpool and AC Transit. Highways 580, 24 and 13 are also close-by. With all this and more, leave the car at home and explore all that this area has to offer!
Temescal is one of the oldest neighborhoods in north Oakland, named for Temescal Creek. California bungalows and stucco single-family homes comprise the bulk of housing in Temescal, which is popular with first-time Oakland homebuyers. Browse our selection of Temescal homes for sale.
Temescal’s main thoroughfare is Telegraph Avenue, which runs from the MacArthur Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station to 55th Street. The highly walkable neighborhood has the feel of an urban village. Feeding the foodies of Temescal are Bakesale Betty’s, the wood-fired ovens of Pizzaiolo, and authentic Mexican restaurant Doña Tomás. Homeroom, a mac-and-cheese restaurant, can be found on 40th Street. The Temescal Farmers' Market provides fresh produce, and food stands serve chai, crepes, and Blue Bottle Coffee. Wine lovers rave about The Wine Mine’s weekly tastings, and wine bar Marc 49 serves patrons on its off-street patio.
Arts and culture make this neighborhood lively. The annual Temescal Street Fair showcases arts, crafts, and music by residents of all ages. Galleries feature up-and-coming young artists. The Temescal Arts Center hosts dance and musical performances and offers classes in everything from yoga to tai chi. Studio One Art Center, run by Oakland’s Parks & Recreation department, offers affordable art, photography, and bookmaking material as well as yoga classes taught by working professionals.
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Sunday, September 15th from 2:00 - 4:30pm
Thursday, September 5th from 10am - 1:00pm
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