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On a tree-lined street in the heart of Crocker Highlands, this elegant 1920 Craftsman sits on a generous lot with gorgeous landscaping. An abundance of period details and windows make this house sparkle. The generous living room with large fireplace opens to a balcony overlooking the front garden. The dining room has well-maintained original built-ins and chic design updates. Two bedrooms face the private back patio that gives way to a lush terraced back yard. Gently terraced and landscaped, it has a friendly door to Oak Grove Park in back for strolling and dog-walking. Below, a large 1-car attached garage with interior access and workshop space plus separate laundry room with ample storage.
Conveniently located just blocks from the famed Crocker Highlands Elementary, as well as all the shops and restaurants of Lakeshore Avenue, Lake Merritt, and the Transbay Bus for the SF commute.
Crocker Highlands, once known for reliance on Key Line of electric trains, offers elegant examples of Tudor, Spanish, Arts and Crafts, Beaux Arts, and Art Deco period homes dating back to the 1920s. Notable homes were designed by architects Julia Morgan and Bernard Maybeck. Tree-lined streets and authentic street lamps from the 1920s are laid out along the rolling hills and frame spacious, manicured lawns in a neighborhood reminiscent of English garden suburbs. Residents can access parks, shops, and restaurants in the nearby Lakeshore, Grand Lake, and Glenview neighborhoods. Lake Merritt offers scenic vistas, live music, and walking trails.
Crocker Highlands is conveniently located near Interstate 580, and AC Transit bus lines serve the neighborhood.