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After raising her family and her husband passing away, 5405 Carlton #101, located in sweet Rockridge, was a swanky landing place for the former owner. Pulling into the garage and parking in a dedicated space, being on the ground floor with seamless access to the outdoors, this large unit with 1,318 square feet, a fireplace, and a wet bar made this a delicious place to call home. In 2020, this home had meaningful updates such as the refreshed kitchen with new quartz countertops, sink faucet, range and hood, new cabinet hardware, and designer tile backsplash and flooring from local favorite, Art Tile. Enjoy the updated wet bar, 5 made-to-order in the USA light fixtures, updated en-suite bathroom with new subway tile tub surround, freshly painted interior, all in a building that is under renovation – making improvements with a very high owner occupancy. Local favorites are Village Market, Lake Temescal, and Market Hall to name a few, plus there is convenient access to a plethora of shops and eateries in adjacent Piedmont Avenue and Temescal. Close to bus lines, BART, freeways, and the many treasures in Oakland.
- Built-in 1966
- Square footage 1,318 (approx. per public records)
- 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, which includes an en-suite with walk-in closet
- Bedrooms have nice natural light
- Open living and dining with fireplace and wet bar
- Patio door off the living room for seamless access to the dedicated patio
- Dedicated parking spot under the building
- Monthly HOA dues $579.70
- Currently 94% owner occupancy
- 17 units in the building
- Sewer lateral compliant
- Dedicated patio
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 100-year-old, four-acre campus of the California College of Art and Crafts is nearby. 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.