Architectural Homes & New Listings

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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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Commissioned by renowned Bay Area architect William Wurster, 37275 Niles was originally built in 1941 to serve as an emergency medical facility.  The current owners have meticulously maintained and renovated this building while keeping original details intact. Upgrades include dual on-demand water heaters, electrical updates, recessed lighting, new stucco siding and a new roof.

37275 Niles Blvd. is a mixed-use building in the historic town of Niles. Perfectly situated for maximum exposure on Niles Blvd. this building is ideal for the small start-up business, a gallery space, real estate office, or a savvy investor looking for an income generating property. The front, commercial portion of the building consists of three enclosed offices, a

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4+ bedrooms and 4.5 bathroom over 3,000 sq ft elegant and serene home in Upper Rockridge is for sale now!   Please come by to see this fantastic home with killer bay views this Sunday (March 25) from 2 to 4:30!

For more info?  Check out:http://39sheridan.com/

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The Atomic
photo courtesy of Atomic City

Congratulations to my client on the purchase of her first home in one of Oakland's most revolutionary Net-Zero communities known as Atomic City. I first viewed these homes well over a year ago and knew that it would be a perfect property for a discerning & environmentally conscious client. These micro homes (no larger than 800 SF) feature rainwater collection cisterns, heat pump HVACs, solar panels & solar skylights just to name a few of the green features. For more information on these properties see: Atomic City.

Ary Assadi
East Bay Modern Real Estate
510-833-9691
Ary@EastBayModern.com

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