SOLD | Built 1900 | 2,437 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 2 Baths | 0.13 Acres
A beautifully maintained Colonial Revival home set on a prime corner lot in Alameda’s Bronze Coast neighbourhood has sold $215,000 over asking after hitting the market in July for nearly $1.4 million. The property sold for $1.61 million in September. The immaculate exterior showcases the details of the era. The home invites the luxury and ease of modern living with plenty of space to work from home and entertain while social distancing. You will appreciate the original architectural detail throughout including beautiful hardwood flooring and millwork, oversized windows, tall ceilings and an open flow between living and dining creating bright and delightful spaces to enjoy. Main floor highlights include an updated and freshly painted kitchen, formal living room with a fireplace (decorative only), formal dining room and a den separated by beautiful French doors.
This spacious floor plan offers the convenience of a bedroom and full bathroom on the main floor. Venture up the beautiful stairway to find a large master plus three additional bedrooms and an updated bathroom, ideal spaces for many lifestyles. This premium lot has a garden and patio area where you can enjoy an evening outdoors or morning beverage alongside raised beds and a variety of fruit trees and it is fully fenced for privacy. There is also a two-car garage with internal access, a large basement area for laundry, utilities and storage, plus an unfinished attic space with many possibilities. The property was on the market for $1.4 million with Frith Wiggins of Coldwell Banker Realty – Walnut Creek.