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Andrew Pitarre presents:

Contemporary Lincoln Highlands View Home

Listed at $1,299,000; Sold for $1,700,000 with 4 Offers

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Quietly set on a knoll in the Lincoln Highlands area of the Oakland Hills, this recently refreshed residence harmonizes contemporary details with mid-century traditional architecture. A corner lot with Southwest exposure keeps the house awash in natural light throughout the day as most rooms boast tranquil Bay and City views. 

A dynamic floorplan spread across multiple levels with three bedrooms and two baths balances privacy with comfortable living and entertaining needs. From the formal dining room, your guests may catch a glimpse of the Bay through the paned window as a new light fixture, blue accent wall and hardwood floors with intricate inlays keep the space elevated for modern entertaining. 

A large eat-in kitchen has been updated with a true chef in mind with a Viking range and hood, recessed lighting, new pendant lights, under-cabinet lighting, modern cabinetry with designer paint, new tile backsplash and quartz countertops. From the breakfast nook, more views of the bay from the corner windows. 

Spacious and bright, the living room is anchored by a fireplace with a decorative tiled hearth and captures sweeping views of San Francisco, the bay, bridges, and the Oakland Hills. 

A staircase, with patterned risers, brings you upstairs where two bedrooms and a full bathroom reside. The generously sized primary bedroom offers yet another vantage point of the bay, along with a ceiling fan, two walk-in closets with organizers and built-in drawers and the potential to create an ensuite bath. A second bedroom has a ceiling fan, a nice-sized closet and views of the Oakland hills. These bedrooms share a bath with a walk-in glass-enclosed shower, dual sink vanity, and dual mirrored medicine cabinets. 

Downstairs, you’ll find a large laundry room equipped with a full size washer / dryer, a sink and ample built-in storage, a carpeted bedroom and another bath with a shower over the tub, new vanity, and tile flooring, and an office alcove. 

Take the curved brick staircase downstairs to find the lower family room. Here, it’s easy to imagine keeping friends and family entertained with a brick fireplace, recently updated built-in bar with storage and a door that leads directly to the yard. 

Beckoning you to convene with nature, the backyard has been reimagined as a contemporary-style outdoor oasis with cement paving, mature fig tree / landscaping, and bistro lights. 

A large one-car attached garage completes the vision. 

A location in one of Oakland’s hidden gem neighborhoods that’s close to East Bay hotspots via Highway 13 and 580, and only minutes from Montclair, Glenview, Dimond/Laurel, Woodminster and Joaquin Miller Regional Park. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity!

 

Life at 2634 Charleston 

There is much around us at 2634 Charleston St...some of the activities / places to go you may not be aware of include:


Woodminster Village where there is La’Cajou - Great bakery / cafe. Woodminster Market - For the things you forgot at the store (they also have a good wine selection). Monahan’s Bar and Grill - For a quick meal out or to catch the game. Patty & Buns - Great burgers and milkshakes. Montclair Hardware - Super friendly staff ready to help you quickly find what you are looking for.


Other very close amenities include:


Montclair Village - All the shops, restaurants, dry cleaners, banks, and medical offices, etc you may need for daily life including 2 grocery stores and 2 drug stores. PLUS Sunday Farmers Market.


Lincoln Square. Safeway and CVS anchored shopping center w/ Peet's Coffee, Jamba Juice, dry cleaning, gas and other services.


Glenview. Excellent dining options include favorites like - Marzano, Bellanico, Paulista, Blackberry Diner, Park Burger, Park Sushi and Diggery Inn.


Rocky’s Market at Leimert Bridge. Gourmet market. Also, Red Boy Pizza and 3 Seasons Thai Bistro are great and close by.


Laurel Village. Established and new trendy restaurants including - Everett & Jones BBQ, Degrees Plato, Sequoia Diner, Fist of Flour Doughjo, and Oakland Based GhostTown Beer Garden
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Dimond District. Farmer Joes, for great local produce, fish and meats. La Farine, Flavor Brigade , and new, trendy upscale restaurants like Dimond Kitchen, (Grand Lake Kitchen’s 2nd outpost) and Bombera, (new restaurant by acclaimed chef Dominica Rice-Cisneros).


For exercise you can - Walk up Whittle to Lincoln to the Mormon Temple of Oakland offering fantastic views of the Bay, lovely landscaped gardens and a man made river flanked on each end by two large fountains. Walk/ride uphill to Joaquin Miller playground. There is a small trail at Woodminster Village leading behind the freeway through the neighborhood up to the playground and the rest of the park.

Walk/ride to Avenue Dimond Park. Featuring picnic tables, a playground, rec center and pool.

Utilize Joaquin Miller Park. One of Oakland’s many outdoor treasures. The park is 500 acres and features include miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails, an off-leash dog area, an amphitheater, and picnicking.


Hike the Bridge View Trail - A fun traverse from Highway 13 (next to Montclair Golf Course) to the Oakmore Neighborhood complete with large hillside swings, and gnome sculptures that have been placed by neighbors (great for kids)


Nearby seasonal events/activities include:

Woodminster Amphitheater Summer Musical Series. 3 Plays in each month of the Summer months in a wonderful outdoor Theater.

Oakland Greek Festival. 3 days of fun with great food, dancing and Greek Culture.

Oaktoberfest in Dimond. Family friendly beer festival in October.

Laurel Street Fair. Family friendly festival in August.

Montclair Farmers Market. Every Sunday Morning.

Lake Merrit Farmers Market. Every Saturday Morning.

Off the Grid at Oakland Museum of California. Food trucks and live music every Friday Night.

Chabot Space and Science Center. Famed Observatory with 3 large telescopes that are free to the public on Friday and Saturday evenings. It's a great place for children and adults alike to learn more about astronomy and our universe.


I am also a parent of 3 small children, and so have gone through the exercise of selecting a pre-school, and elementary schools for my children and am happy to offer any in-sights I can.

This is by no means a comprehensive list....but as a resident of the neighborhood some of the things I have come to know and enjoy about living here that people may not be aware of. I invite questions and feedback to hear of other things that may be out there....so please feel free to ask and comment.

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about this great neighborhood.

Andrew Pitarre
COMPASS - DRE#01867911

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2634 Charleston Street

Lincoln Highlands 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 Lincoln Highlands, 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, Lincoln Highlands is worth exploring.

Outdoor and hiking enthusiasts love Lincoln Highlands 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 Lincoln Highlands, 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 Lincoln Highlands, 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.

Commuting with or without a vehicle is no issue for Lincoln Highlands 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.