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Grand Lake Terrace Two Bedroom Condominium With Sophisticated Glamour
This elegant two-bedroom, one-plus-bath condominium has been updated with a modern easy-living appeal. This 12 unit boutique building is located in the desirable Grand Lake/Lakeshore neighborhood close to interesting shops, restaurants, a weekend farmers market, Downtown, BART, the Grand Lake Theatre and Lake Merritt. Always lots to see & do, an easy commute to SF!
The lovely secure entry area is ADA accessible and leads into a sophisticated lobby with an elevator and easy level entry from the parking garage. There is also a private side entry for this quiet rear unit. This impressive unit has a spacious foyer and living room with high ceilings and abundant windows. The dramatic living room has a fireplace and wonderful level access to a splendid ~450 sq ft patio terrace perfect for luxurious entertaining and gardening.
The condo has a great all-level floorplan and is updated with quartz countertops and fresh paint. The kitchen features abundant storage and work area with stainless-steel appliances. The primary bedroom area has an en suite bath and large walk-in closet with a custom closet system. The second bedroom is a versatile space large enough to work as a guest room or as a home office. It also opens to the living room via attractive French style pocket doors for more entertaining space. The condo has convenient in-unit laundry, a dedicated parking space and extra storage. Do not miss this opportunity to enjoy the ultimate urban lifestyle in the vibrant heart of Oakland.
* Two bedrooms
* One full and one spacious half bath
* Living room has high ceilings, dramatic fireplace
* Level access to 450 sq ft private terrace
* Updated kitchen with quartz counters
* Stainless steel appliances includes gas stove and oven
* In-unit laundry
* Only one common wall that is sound proofed
* Deeded parking space
* Level in storage room in building entrance
* Simpli Safe® security system
* Well funded reserves and HOA management
* Amazing location for every imaginable activity and service
The Grand-Lakeshore district is the crossroads of Oakland. Seemingly everyone in town spends time here, whether they walk in from the surrounding neighborhoods, ride in on one of the major bus lines that pass through or drive in for a couple of hours of shopping and noshing. The well-known diversity of the city can be seen here from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. most days of the week. The district is also just a short walk from Lake Merritt, Oakland's crown jewel, making it a great place to stop before or after a leisurely stroll along water.
Grand Avenue cuts through several Oakland neighborhoods, from its beginnings as the border between downtown to uptown to where it transects Piedmont and becomes Pleasant Valley Avenue. The length of Grand that creates one side of the Grand-Lakeshore district runs from the 580 Freeway north to about Weldon Avenue, give or take a block depending on the state of the economy in any given year.
This wide, four-lane boulevard has seen and survived many changes of time, fashion, and taste. Nowadays, the avenue is a relaxed and easygoing social center perfect for finding breakfast, a midday espresso or late night drinks.
The Lakeshore Avenue shopping and dining strip is a shorter stretch than Grand, but the street is narrower and more businesses are packed in, so it's constantly alive with diners, shoppers and people watchers. The tree-lined street is a great place to stroll, eat, window shop, and catch up with friends.
Connecting the two is the brief but busy Lake Park Avenue. For all of the car traffic, foot traffic Lake Park keeps a park, a classic hamburger stand and a popular farmers' market thriving. All of these and the diversions on Grand and Lakeshore make the district a place where finding something fun and interesting to do is an easy way to spend a few hours.
A good first or last stop (depending on when you'd like to kill a couple of hours) is the Grand Lake Theater . Built in 1926 and similar in design and feel to the Castro Theatre in San Francisco, the Grand Lake was one of three movie palaces, along with the Fox Oakland and the Paramount, that Oaklanders visited to escape the depression years. In addition to films, the theater also had live concerts. You can still experience the old-time grandeur when the Grand Lake has its weekly rendition of the Wurlitzer mini-concert (every Friday and Saturday night). The organ rises up out of the floor -- along with its conductor -- and a short set of show tunes is played before the film starts. The theater is also well-known for its progressive political marquee messages . Grand Lake Theater is at the corner of Grand and Lake Park Ave.
Grand Lake Farmers' Market: With the renovation and enlargement of Splash Pad Park, its home, the Lake Merritt Farmers' Market has improved as well. There are more seasonal produce vendors than ever at this Saturday event, selling everything from beets to greens to melons to mushrooms. There are now also several purveyors of prepared food, including pancakes, tamales, samosas and roast chicken. Sometimes you'll even be able to find parking right behind the market, under the 580 Freeway. Splash Pad Park, Lake Park Ave.
Splash Pad Park: Where once lapped the northern most arm of Lake Merritt, now stands revived and revitalized Splash Pad Park. After construction of the 580 Freeway in the 1960s, the park became little more than a wide traffic island until citizens came to the rescue in the late 1990s. With the design savvy of nationally-known (and Oakland-based) landscape designer Walter Hood, a street was removed, native plants sprang up and places to sit appeared. Today, Splash Pad Park today provides a place to meet friends, hang out before the movie starts and eat a take-out lunch. Along Lake Park Ave., between Grand Ave. and Lakeshore Ave.