Dogtown, Oakland Real Estate & Homes

Dogtown is a small neighborhood located over on Oakland’s rapidly changing west side. Nicknamed Dogtown by the Oakland Police Department due to its large population of stray dogs back in the early 1980s, the housing market around this part of the city is much different than it was back then, not to mention considerably more expensive as well. Dogtown is officially recognized as being the area between Adeline Street to the east, Mandela Parkway to the west, and the 580 Freeway and 28th Street to the north and south.

Dogtown Neighborhood Homes for Sale, Oakland

All Listings $500,000 - $750,000 $750,000 - $1,000,000
7 Listings Found
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2 Beds | 3 Baths|1,896 SQ. Feet
  • 3239a Louise
  • $925,000
Winkler Real Estate Group
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3 Beds | 3 Baths|1,750 SQ. Feet
  • 3239b Louise
  • $899,000
Winkler Real Estate Group
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3 Beds | 3 Baths|1,862 SQ. Feet
  • 3260 Louise Street
  • $849,000
Michael Braillard Caldecott Properties
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3 Beds | 2½ Baths|1,918 SQ. Feet
  • 3019 Linden St
  • $750,000
Climb Real Estate Group
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3,750 SQ. Feet
  • 3027 Filbert Street
  • $700,000
Daniel Maldonado Marcus & Millichap
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4,636 SQ. Feet
  • 3016 Adeline St
  • $699,500
Michael Pagones Bhhs Drysdale Properties
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3 Beds | 2 Baths|898 SQ. Feet
  • 1212 30th St
  • $699,000
Db Coffman Homes

Dogtown Real Estate

Once a thriving industrial district, the Dogtown neighborhood is continuing to see an influx of new residential development, as developers are actively converting many of the area’s former industrial buildings into chic and stylish live-work lofts and other attractive living spaces. The neighborhood’s easy access to the freeway helps make living in Dogtown convenient in terms of commuting to downtown; and as more home buyers are making their way to this part of Oakland, more commercial businesses, restaurants, and retail development is also starting to find its way to the area as well. But as Dogtown continues to evolve, it’s becoming easier to see the potential this unique part of East Bay has to offer, so if you’re looking to make a move are are even slightly considering the Dogtown neighborhood, the time to buy is now.

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