Architectural Homes & New Listings

East Bay Modern blog about new listings and architectural real estate in the East Bay.

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Live/work lofts of this size do not come up that often and when they do there usually tends to be a good amount of demand. The loft at 1695 15th St. #5 in Oakland is a Thomas Dolan warehouse conversion from 2007 and consists of 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a whopping 1,772 SF consisting of 3 levels. My seller had me overseeing about 3 weeks of prep work to bring out the best in this home. I reached out to my crew to paint the entire loft including the concrete floors, to sand and refinish all of the hardwood flooring and kitchen island, scaffolding was brought in to have all the skylights and double height windows cleaned, all necessary repairs were made and the home was beautifully staged.   The final sales price of $955,000 which was $170,000…
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A Thomas Dolan Architects 2007 warehouse conversion, The Willow Court Lofts fuses a dramatic live/work concept within a modern industrial setting that features all of today's residential amenities. This extra large tri-level loft offers a homeowner a myriad of living configurations and options. Enter the dramatic interior through a double-height exposed beam ceiling that seamlessly contrasts with the polished concrete radiant heated floors that stretch the entire length from the entrance and living area to the large open concept kitchen and dining area. Ideal for entertaining, a half bath completes the main living area and allows for complete autonomy from the upper levels. The 2nd mezzanine level offers a full bath alongside

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Yesterday the sales office doors opened to a public tour of Richmond Marina Bay's newest community known as NOMA. Built by William Lyon Homes this community is about 30% completed and buyer reservations are now being taken. Several homes have already sold the first closing will be taking place in late April, early May of 2019.

NOMA consists of approximately 200 homes, half of which are 2-3 story, single family, detached homes and the other half consisting of townhouse style live-work condos. All of these homes will be featuring high-end finishes, spacious balconies, rooftop terraces, on-demand water heaters, and many more creature comforts that one can only expect from new construction.

The homes are priced very competitively. There are

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Just in time for the holidays! Imagine yourself in this delightful mid-century 1-bedroom condo at the highly desirable 1 Kelton Court. Steps to award-winning Piedmont Avenue shops and restaurants (96 walk score!!) including Piedmont Grocery, Chow Oakland, and Commis. Easy commute to downtown Oakland or San Francisco via bus, BART, or casual carpool. Yet tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac.

Relax and gaze out floor-to-ceiling glass windows to the treetops. Or enjoy a quiet cup of coffee or tea while reading a book on the full-length balcony connecting the living room and bedroom. Key features include an open concept kitchen, dining, and living room, updated bathroom, and large walk-in closet. Newer paint and COREtec laminated flooring

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Today I took a hard-hat tour of the newest Point Richmond luxury housing development known as Waterline by Shea Homes. Shea Homes has broken ground on the construction of a total of 60 flats and townhomes. Prices will range from the low $800K up to $1,500,000. I was given a tour of the different floor plans and have to say that they are huge!

The units will range from 2-3 Bedrooms starting at approximately 2,100 SF all the way up to almost 3,000 SF. If you are looking for a home with views then you will not be disappointed as almost all of these homes boast some of the most stunning views of the water and the San Francisco skyline.

HOA dues are expected to be around $500 per month and the community will feature and outdoor gardening area, a community BBQ

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One of my absolute favorite sales this year. It's not every day that I get to sell such an architecturally significant property. This one is was a mixed use (commercial/residential) former emergency clinic built in 1951 and commissioned by renowned Bay Area architect William Wurster. It's going to be turned into a real estate brokerage! Photos courtesy of Leila Seppa Photography 

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Lush gardens, partial Bay views, and expansive living await at this gem in this highly desirable Montclair neighborhood. This 4BD, 3BA home (2,130 SF per tax records) is nestled in the hills overlooking Piedmont and is just minutes from Montclair Village. A dream for home entertaining, the large enclosed front yard is beautifully landscaped and the expansive living space leads to a back deck with partial views of the Bay. Fruit bearing trees abound including orange, lime, avocado, fig, plum, and apple. Garage has been converted to a master suite and bath and the lower level consists of an additional 1BD/1BA with kitchen, living room, separate entrance, perfectly suited for a family/game room, au-pair, or separate rental unit.
Upgrades include

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