Life in the Oakland Hills means access to The Town's hipster neighborhoods and emerging restaurant scene, plus views to the city and the San Francisco Bay.
In the quiet neighborhood of Woodminster, this midcentury-modern-inspired home was first built in the 1980s but now feels ready for life in 2020 with a modern remodel and a full-size racquetball court (ok, that's pretty '80s—but still).
With exterior slatwall paneling and and a slanted roof, the subtly ranch-style home has been thoughtfully renovated. You'll enter into a flowing floor plan where living and dining areas are fully open to one another and flanked by two fireplaces; the space is backed by an entire wall of windows that allow in views of the 30-foot deck and beyond.
Opposite the windows is a small, semi-open kitchen marble countertops, a subway tile backsplash, floating wood shelves, and twin pendant lights. A stylish wet bar, faultlessly placed alongside the dining area for easy access, signals good times to come.
There are four bedrooms here including the master suite which sits on street level and has creature comforts including a walk-in closet and private patio. The master bath has dual sinks, a rainfall shower, and free-standing tub. An adjacent flex room can be a quiet space for an office, with access to a small street-facing deck for breezy breaks.
The fun hides out on the lower level with two bonus rooms that can be used as a creative space, gym, or storage, as well as that full-size racquetball court. The house is also equipped with smart home tech.
Location: 3533 Klamath St. (Oakland)
Size: 3,621 sq. ft.
Asking price: $1,395,000
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