- 432 Hunter Avenue
Brookfield Village, Oakland Real Estate & Homes
Brookfield Village is an established Oakland neighborhood that was originally developed during World War ll as a way to provide additional housing to all the workers needed for war-related manufacturing in the region. The land in which Brookfield Village was built was initially intended for industrial use, but today, it’s almost entirely residential outside of a few convenience stores, gas stations, and markets along Edes Avenue on the neighborhood’s north side. Easy access to Interstate 880 makes getting to and from downtown Oakland fairly quick and easy, which to some, is one of Brookfield Village’s best qualities.
Brookfield Village Neighborhood Homes for Sale, Oakland
|All Listings||$250,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $750,000|
- 443 Hale Ave
- 331 Burlwood Ave
- 101 Ghormley Ave
- 627 Tyler Street
- 10221 Cary Ave
Brookfield Village Real Estate
Located in East Oakland, Brookfield Village is actually one of the first suburban-style tract housing developments to be built in Oakland, which explains all the long rows of single-family homes that seem to stretch on forever. Because homes for sale in Brookfield Village were built back in the early 1900s, and specifically for the working class, you’ll find most houses are smaller, one-level dwellings that provide just enough living space, but also a fairly sizable amount of yard space as well. And as one of Oakland’s more affordable residential neighborhoods, look for most houses in Brookfield Village to list for somewhere between $250,00 and $500,000.