371 Vernon Street #3

Oakland, CA 94610
Sold at: $750,000

This charming, 2-bedroom, 1-bath 1930s condo in the popular Adams Point neighborhood is a perfect combination of original Mediterranean-inspired architecture and modern convenience. Just a few blocks from Whole Foods, Lake Merritt, and Piedmont Avenue, it offers easy access to some of Oakland’s best shopping and dining.

Follow a brick path into a well-maintained and verdant courtyard to enter the community. The buildings have traditional Mediterranean red tile roofs and arched windows with decorative ironwork, and the courtyard is dotted with citrus trees, including a Meyer lemon just outside the unit. A medieval-style solid wood door with iron accents opens onto the living room, where your attention is drawn in turn to the dramatic beamed ceilings, front arched windows, and gleaming hardwood floors. A stunning arch leads into a formal dining room with a built-in hutch. The kitchen features terra cotta tile, built-in shelving, and stainless appliances.

Take the wooden staircase up to the bedrooms, which feature original wood doors, generous windows, and baseboard molding. The oversized primary bedroom, with large windows overlooking the courtyard, has a walk-in closet and vaulted beamed ceiling. The bath has been updated with modern tile and a reglazed tub.

The kitchen opens onto a small porch that leads out to a basement storage area with a shared laundry facility. The unit includes a private one-car garage with additional storage. Adams Point earns high scores for being pedestrian- and bike-friendly and close to transit, including BART stations and the NL bus line, which takes you into San Francisco. The 580 freeway is minutes away, as are numerous shopping and dining opportunities and Lake Merritt.


Viewing Schedule

Open House

Saturday, 01/06/2024 From 1PM to 4PM

Sunday, 01/07/2024 From 1PM to 4PM

Ricardo Velazco

Managing Partner
CalBRE # 01471392

Joey Esplanada

Multimedia Manager | Realtor Associate
CalBRE # 01392047

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