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Julie Courtney presents:
Prepare to be inspired by this phenomenal East End craftsman that blends beautiful modern updates with old world charm! The total square footage encompasses 3,107 square feet! The main residence offers 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms that comprises 2,547 total square feet. The gorgeous new permitted 560 square foot Auxiliary Dwelling unit!
The artistry and craftsmanship of the era are exemplified with the intact period details such as a large covered front porch, an artisan fireplace, hardwood floors, coffered ceilings, decorative moldings, sconces, built-in bookshelves, and a built-in dining room hutch.
The floorplan is spacious and open, yet intimate at the same time. The gracious living room flows freely into the formal dining room. The formal dining room is thoughtfully connected to the kitchen and the family room. The handsomely remodeled kitchen will dazzle the pickiest of chefs with sleek quartz counters, subway tile backsplash, chic cabinetry and stainless steel appliances. The bathrooms have been updated and the master bathroom has been masterfully remodeled from top to bottom.
The detached ADU is complete with the finest of interior finishes and offers a kitchen, eat-in area, living room, one bedroom, one full bath, and a loft area for storage. The possibilities for this space are endless! It is easy to use as a rental to significantly offset one’s mortgage, or the space is perfectly suited for an au pair, weekender guests, or multi-generational living.
The yard is complete with lush plantings, a flat grassy area, and an expansive rear deck. The outdoor space is perfect for summer BBQ’s and for dining al fresco under a moonlit night!
The home offers a long side driveway which is suitable for parking multiple vehicles and offers a level 2 Tesla charger!
The location is an absolute dream and is truly a walker’s paradise with a walk score of 98! WOW! The new owners of this home will be able to partake in all of the richness of living in this amazing Alameda location. The home is only one block to trendy Park Street and is at the doorsteps of local favorites such as Alameda Marketplace, The Beanery, Angela’s Kitchen, Thai Noodle House, Crispian Bakery, Monkey King & Alameda Island Brewing.
For those who love to recreate outdoors, the home is within close proximity to the water’s edge and Bay Trail. The home is also within walking distance to top-rated Edison Elementary, Lincoln Middle Schools and Alameda High. Enjoy close proximity to BART, Interstate 880, and the ferry to San Francisco.
Completing this very special offering is a newer roof in 2015, new foundation with expanded basement and french drains, updated electrical, new central heat and air, new dual pane windows and sewer lateral compliance! Just move right in! We welcome you HOME to 1712 Everett!
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