East end 2 bedroom split level 1922 California Bungalow. Many improvements done all in 2018 including new 200 amp electrical service/outlets, furnace, major fireplace repair, roof repair, refinished hardwood and softwood flooring, bedroom carpeting, fresh interior painting, bathroom vanity/toilet/fixtures, rear deck, read landscaping with irrigation system, sewer lateral and gas valve installations. Exterior paint, and irrigation system was done in November, 2016. Period detail in place with original wood that survived the paint area! Built-in cabinetry in living and dining rooms! Wonderful and very desirable location! For walkers, runners, or bicyclists who wanted to ride the Bay'' you'll enjoy the nearby Bay trails.
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- Living Room
- Dining Room
- Gas Range
- Granite Counter
- In Laundry Room
Detached, Auto Door
Water-Public, Water Heater-Gas, Sewer System-Public
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First settled in the 1850s by immigrants and merchants, Alameda became the destination for recreation and sporting events in the Bay Area toward the end of the last century.
Later, with the opening of Benton Field (an army base that has since been developed into an 80-acre residential and retail community), Alameda morphed into a naval town.
Today, the city is home to more than 80,000 residents, many of whom make the daily commute to San Francisco for work.
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There is no shortage of attractions in this quaint town that generously offers something for every taste and interest:
- On a leisurely day, stop by the USS Hornet, Alameda Museum, or the Antiques by the Bay collectibles fair.
- Take a stroll along the city’s four miles of gorgeous shoreline or around its 11 marinas and yacht clubs.
- If boutique shopping’s your thing, you’ll want to make a day of browsing the shops up and down Park Street.
- Be sure to stop for a bite or satisfy a sweet tooth at Ole’s Waffle Shop, Boniere Bakery, Tucker's Ice Cream, Pappo, La Pinata, and C’era Una Volta.
- Or, grab something to go from the Alameda Marketplace before running errands at Alameda Town Center.
Alameda real estate primarily consists of single-family homes that stand along winding tree-lined streets and has more Victorian-style homes per capita than any other city in America.
Offering a taste of old-world charm just a few minutes from the City, Alameda boasts a small-town atmosphere and beautiful homes, plus remarkable parks, beaches, and schools.