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Welcome to the home that checks all the boxes! Ideal location halfway between the highly rated Chabot Elementary and Rockridge BART which means an "84 Very Walkable" Walkscore to Rockridge shops, acclaimed restaurants, parks, transit, schools, library, markets and more. Spacious, light-filled rooms with garden views. Friendly street of companion storybook homes sets the neighborhood tone. Generous living room with vaulted beamed ceilings, gas fired stone hearth fireplace and large windows on 3 sides. A curved entry hall sweeps you into the social rooms, including the dining room with vintage light fixture and past the candle-lit nook. The sunny kitchen with vintage O’Keefe & Merritt stove, breakfast bay windowed room and adjoining pantry will keep the chef happy. Potentially 2 primary bedrooms, lots of plus space and easy large expansion possibilities in the walk-in attic. There are stone, wood and leaded glass flourishes to greet you.
This Walter W. Dixon designed home is an example of a beloved Tudor-style for those who appreciate this gorgeous architecture. This block of Ross Street is exceptional to view the variations of his styles, on a tree-lined street (with underground utilities), period lampposts and sweet entry gardens.
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Cross Alcatraz Avenue, which divides Oakland and Berkeley, and you’ll find yourself in Rockridge, one of Oakland's most desirable, charming, and convenient neighborhoods. Housing in Rockridge is a combination of charming bungalows, cottages, classic Arts and Crafts dwellings, and large brown-shingle houses. Its leafy streets are mainly residential.
Rockridge offers an easy commute into San Francisco via the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, as well as access to the University of California, Berkeley Campus. The acclaimed Chabot Elementary School is just a few blocks east. Food-and-drink purveyors in Rockridge provide the best from around the world and local farms. Rockridge Market Hall, which takes its cue from the French Marché, offers numerous individual food and flower shops open to the sidewalk. Dozens of restaurants, cafes, and boutiques line bustling College Avenue, Rockridge's main drag.