2443 Alida Street
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Welcome to 2443 Alida Street, a 2++bedroom/2 bathroom home built in 1948 measuring approximately 1,544 sq ft and sited on a 5,590 sq ft lot.
As you approach the front door you stroll down a newly added stone pathway and by a colorful, native garden. Upon opening the front door you are immediately greeted by random plank oak hardwood floors and natural light streaming into the great room and kitchen. West facing views include a city scape and peek-a-boo glimpses of the Bay and San Francisco. More immediately, the outlook onto the large, verdant yard adorned by the lavender wisteria is equally mesmerizing! Period fireplace, plenty of windows and recessed lighting are other features one will enjoy in the living area. The flow into the kitchen is ideal and the remodeled kitchen will delight chefs and guests alike! White cabinets, quartz countertops, unique grey and white tile floors, herringbone patterned backsplash and stainless-steel appliances create a fabulous environment. Perfect for gatherings, the built-in seating will undoubtedly be the setting of countless celebrations and gatherings. Take in the celestial views from the corner sink and window.
A few steps up and you will find two bedrooms, both graced with hardwood floors and ample closet space. Conveniently located on the same level is a stylish bathroom complete with blue and white tile floor and double vanity with quartz countertops. Fresh white subway shower tile and a cut out shelf with blue mosaic tile are wonderful touches. Directly outside of the bathroom is a large custom made linen closet.
From the kitchen a short staircase leads to a freshly painted bonus room with new carpet – this could act as a third bedroom or office space. Adjoining bathroom with stand up shower and newer vanity with quartz countertops. On this level you will also find the laundry area with utility sink and Samsung washer and dryer – making laundry days a breeze. Do not miss the attached garage complete with electric car charger and workshop.
The spacious family room is a truly special place to relax and have some fun. The hickory floors with radiant heat, this large room can be the perfect media/game room! This space also offers flexibility – imagine a lovely master suite in the future. A slider door leads out to a patio with a trellis laced with mature Wisteria – ideal for BBQing on warm summer nights. The perimeter of the yard is lined with raised vegetable beds allowing for a true farm to table experience! The large, grassy area is inviting - envision relaxing on the lawn while enjoying a favorite book or kicking a ball around!
The home is sewer compliant and has had many upgrades recently completed including seismic, electrical, plumbing, CAT6 network system, a whole house fan installed, newer fence, thoughtful landscaping, Nest thermostat, and Ring security system.
Beyond the home, the neighborhood is amazing! Looking for a break from the hustle and bustle? Wonderful hiking trails can be found at Dimond, Joaquin Miller and Redwood Regional Parks. The annual Greek Festival and Oktoberfest are neighborhood favorites. For the day-to-day conveniences close-by Dimond District is home to a number of restaurants, grocery stores, shops, and a library. The Dimond features local favorite Farmer Joe's where you can get organic veggies and grab your daily coffee and pastries at Pete's and La Farine. Sequoia Diner or Hive, the Place to Bee Café? Fabulous new addition to the neighborhood includes Oakland favorite sister restaurant Grand Lake Kitchen on MacArthur Blvd, slated to open early June. Head Royce and Sequoia Elementary schools are also minutes away. All this and easy access to AC Transit lines and highways 13, 24, and 580.
Nestled in between the Oakmore and Redwood Heights neighborhoods, Lincoln Heights is a primarily residential neighborhood situated just up the hill from Oakland’s up-and-coming, walkable Dimond.
Lincoln Heights sits between state Route 13 to the east and Interstate 580, convenient for those who commute via car. Just down the hill in the Dimond neighborhood, residents can access AC Transit’s NL bus line, which offers transbay service to San Francisco. The Dimond is also home to a number of restaurants, grocery stores, shops, and a library.
Homes in the neighborhood span a variety of architectural styles, and many at higher elevations can offer impressive views.