High on the corner of Leach Avenue and Everett in Glenview, you’ll find this exceptional four-unit property. Large in presence and classic in style, 4347 Leach Avenue has been extensively renovated and is now entirely vacant. It is ready for new owners to make a home for their extended family, a home with income, or a prime investment.
There is an incredible owner’s flat that has been renovated with high end fixtures and finishes throughout – from Restoration Hardware bath vanities to West Elm fixtures. Light and open, with views of the hills and Bay, it has two bedrooms, two baths and a solarium that can easily be a third bedroom or study.
Additionally, there is a 2-bedroom flat that looks out over Glenview, a 1-bedroom unit with deck and fireplace and a studio with fireplace. All have great details, hardwood floors and have updated kitchens and baths.
Indeed, 4347 Leach Avenue is a prime property by any definition.
- Updated Baths
- Updated Kitchen
- Hardwood Flrs Throughout
- Forced Air 1 Zone
- Wall Furnace
- In Basement
- Laundry Equip - Owned
Detached Garage, Spaces - Assigned
Sewer System - Public
Additional Property Details
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A cloudy sky over Glenview [Photo by: Fonggren 1, nabewise]
Downtown Glenview [Photo by: Hitchster, nabewise]
More About Glenview
Resting in the Oakland foothills is the city of Glenview. Once a sleepy town whose sought-after Redwood trees were the backbone of much of the Bay Area’s construction boom, today, Glenview retains that small-town, homey feel while offering modern-day conveniences and easy access to San Francisco and the East Bay.
In a Word
Small-town charm best describes the Glenview vibe. Its main thoroughfare, Park Boulevard, offers a number of shops, chic restaurants (don’t miss Bellanico, named for its proprietors’ two children, Bella and Nico), convenience stores, and commuter-friendly local and transbay buses.
Glenview residents have a long history of getting things done. For example, around 1926, a group of neighbors decided to petition the City of Oakland to establish a community library. Seven years later, the City finally approved an ordinance that authorized the library, which opened in October of 1935.
A safe, old-fashioned neighborhood, Glenview is ideal for those looking for small-town atmosphere just minutes from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco.