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Andrew Pitarre presents:

Contemporary Creekside Living

Listed at $1,259,000; Sold for $1,500,000

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A haven of tranquility awaits in this soulful mid-century split-level home with a picturesque creek running through it. Nestled on a 5,705 square foot lot in the popular Upper Dimond District, the post-and-beam classic unites three bedrooms and two baths in approximately 1,768 square feet of space. 

One of the standout features of this home is its seamless integration with nature. A lush and mature garden at the entry paints your first picture of Zen with flowering plants and fruit trees. Currently maintained by a horticulturist, all of the landscaping on the property has been lovingly cultivated to create a vibrant and fragrant oasis throughout the seasons, along with edible gardens. 

A flagstone entry, enclosed redwood fence and planter boxes extend your invitation into a home that feels warm, welcoming and deeply private.  

A spacious and versatile front living room, with its vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, wood stove, built-in bookshelves and dual pane windows with clerestory elements beaming in natural light, give the entire space a sense of depth and emotion. Original details have been meticulously maintained or restored over the years, including the vertical grain redwood trim and handcrafted redwood doors. New real acacia hardwood floors flow seamlessly throughout the home. New mid-century style details in the kitchens and baths have also been carefully chosen to reflect the home’s original architecture. 

A generous dining area and open kitchen offers indoor-outdoor flow towards the backyard and deck. The dining room, accented with new recessed lighting and a plant shelf window, easily accommodates large gatherings. Meanwhile, a designer refresh in the kitchen incorporated new stainless steel appliances, plumbing fixtures, quartz counters, matching backsplash, freshly painted cabinetry in a fun "Garden Grove" green and brushed gold hardware. New French doors open up to the expansive deck, private hillside, and the soothing sounds of the creek below. 

A laundry area and a recently refreshed full bathroom complete this level, while another large remodeled full bath and three bedrooms reside upstairs, each with new carpeting. Two of the bedrooms overlook the yard, giving it a serene quality.  There is plenty of storage with multiple closets and one of the bedrooms features a cool loft with a ladder, adding a playful touch and flexibility.

Situated on a quiet street where neighbors know each other and often walk their dogs, this home offers the perfect juxtaposition of tranquility and convenience. You’ll have easy access to shopping areas and amenities in the surrounding Dimond, Glenview, Montclair, Laurel, and Woodminster neighborhoods, plus Highway 13 and Freeway 580 nearby for commuting and getting around to all that Oakland and the Bay Area offers. Walking distance to La Farine, Peet’s, and Farmer Joe’s. It’s a place that is inspired and inspires. 

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Open Houses:
Sunday 6/18 2-4:30

Sunday 6/25 2-4:30

Brokers Tour:
Monday 6/19 10-1

Monday 6/26 10-1

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(415) 342-9950
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3923 Whittle Avenue

Oakmore is an affluent Oakland neighborhood located in between Interstate 580 and CA Highway 13, approximately 5 miles from Downtown Oakland. You will find a variety of architectural styles in Oakmore, including mid-century, contemporary, and Mediterranean. Many of these properties are nestled within the hillside which provides residents with incredible views of the entire Bay Area. If you are looking for a picturesque Oakland neighborhood with convenient access to highways, Oakmore is worth exploring.

Outdoor and hiking enthusiasts love Oakmore due to its close proximity to Joaquin Miller Park. Named after the American poet who once called lived on the park’s grounds, Joaquin Miller Park features 500 acres of dense redwoods, oak trees, and pine trees. Since the park is dog friendly, this is a great location for morning/afternoon jogs with your pup, and the fenced-in dog areas are ideal for your furry friends to roam off-leash. When you live in Oakmore, you are just a 5-minute drive from this incredible public park.

The intersection of Fruitvale Ave and MacArthur Boulevard is within a short drive of Oakmore, and features a variety of amazing service shops, restaurants, and stores. Safeway provides an incredible selection of produce, meats and deli items, and also offers grocery delivery. For those who love shopping for exclusively organic goods, it’s worth a trip to Farmer Joe’s Marketplace, which offers beauty products and fresh sushi as well. Notable restaurants in this area include Cafe Umami, Dimond Slice Pizza, and Shaan Indian Cuisine.

The intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue is also the heart of Oakland's Dimond neighborhood, one of the city's most up-and-coming enclaves.

The walkable neighborhood boasts several major banks, two major grocery stores, a pharmacy, and various mom-and-pop businesses. Families appreciate a branch of the Oakland Public Library, as well as Dimond Park and Dimond Recreation Center on Fruitvale Avenue. The Dimond Improvement Association (DIA) is committed to making the tight-knit neighborhood “a vital, safe and beautiful place” for its residents and plans community events -- including the annual Oaktober festival.

Interstate 580 forms the neighborhood's southern border, a convenient perk for commuters. Commuting with or without a vehicle is no issue for Oakmore residents. Lincoln Avenue connects to the Fruitvale BART Station, which can connect you to the heart of Oakland or Downtown San Francisco in a matter of minutes. Interstate 580 is perfect for driving to San Francisco, while CA Highway 13 makes it easy to travel to Berkeley.