- 3240 Telegraph Avenue
Back in the day, lofts had great open spaces but few amenities, and were associated with the bohemian lifestyle of artists and jazz musicians. Nowadays, lofts are hip contemporary homes, with spacious floor plans and all the creature comforts; popular with singles and couples, young and old, who enjoy the modern urban lifestyle.
Traditionally, lofts have been among the more affordable housing options. Today, while they still offer the first time buyer entree into homeownership, lofts can be high-end and luxurious. In the East Bay, lofts give their cousins across the Bay a run for their money. More for less is the byword; East Bay lofts are generally larger and less expensive than lofts in San Francisco while offering the excitement of city living and, for commuters, a simple, convenient commute.
Read more about lofts in San Francisco's East Bay.
Lofts for Sale in the East Bay
|All Listings||$250,000 - $500,000||$500,000 - $750,000|
|$750,000 - $1,000,000||$1,000,000 - $1,250,000|
- 311 Oak St
- 1001 46th St
- 311 Oak St
- 247 4th St
- 1500 Park Ave
- 850 W Grand Ave
- 3110 Adeline St
- 730 29th Street
- 675 8th St
- 1199 Pine Street
- 8767 Mountain Blvd
Whether you are new to homeownership or trading a suburban backyard for slick city digs, come take a look at what East Bay loft-style living has to offer. Emeryville and Oakland have some of the more interesting lofts in the area, offering the best of all worlds to urban sophisticates, from edgy live/work lofts in converted warehouses to stylish soft-lofts with fabulous views of the Bay and city lights. Learn more by visiting the Oakland lofts and Emeryville lofts pages of our East Bay Modern website. You can also find a few loft-style condos in mixed-use neighborhoods scattered through Berkeley, including the Ocean View Lofts, University Lofts, and 1406 LiveWork.
Contact East Bay Modern Real Estate for more information or assistance buying or selling a loft in the East Bay.