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740 59th is a 5BD/2BA, 2159 sq ft Victorian duplex in the vibrant NOBE district. Unique and beautifully remodeled, the home features a street-level 3BD/1BA, 1123 sq ft unit and a 2BD/1BA, 1036 sq ft main home above. The property enjoys Victorian charm including high ceilings, sunny bay windows, and vintage style chandeliers that blend easily with the comfort and convenience of stylish modern upgrades. Both units feature spacious eat-in kitchens, modern baths, and convenient stacking washer and dryer units. The upper unit includes new kitchen appliances, a formal dining room, and two bedrooms connected by a sleek modern bath. The huge attic provides abundant storage and the large backyard is an opportunity in itself with space for expansion or a potential ADU (Please verify requirements with the City of Oakland). Situated in the centrally located NOBE neighborhood, the home enjoys easy access to Temescal and Rockridge, Downtown Oakland and Berkeley, and many parks and open spaces. For commuters, transportation options include the Transbay bus, BART, the Emery-Go-Round, and buses to Downtown Oakland and Downtown Berkeley.
The urban-suburban neighborhood of Bushrod is just 3-blocks wide, and is known as a “micro-hood." Because of its proximity to BART stations and major freeways, Bushrod is favored by many (including the growing population of young professionals). Plus, the neighborhood is just 25 minutes from downtown San Francisco.
Located in Alameda County in the City of Oakland, Bushrod is made up of mostly single-family homes ranging from $900,000 to $2 million. The homes offer diversity, as they vary in architectural styles.
Bushrod is also popular amongst fitness enthusiasts. There is a wide range of exercise opportunities from workouts in the park to indoor pilates studios. At the center of Bushrod is the newly renovated Bushrod Recreation Center. The center features an indoor gym, baseball and softball fields, weight rooms, a children's play structure, and more. The center even offers a refurbished education lab for kids.
Also referred to as a "walker's paradise," Bushrod residents have quick access to all the shops and eateries down College Avenue. They are just minutes away from neighborhood favorites like Café Colucci and Nomad Cafe. The homes in Bushrod are also close to Safeway and Whole Foods Market.