We have a winner! Look no further for that property with lots of space, architectural panache, room for extended family, income potential, close to the Uptown Oakland scene and in the right budget. This property features two separate living spaces with a total of five bedrooms and three full bathrooms, plus a large 2-car garage and attached workshop or studio. The main floor, which has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths,  boasts classic details such as hardwood floors, lots of windows, high ceilings and a large kitchen. Downstairs is a surprisingly spacious (non-conforming) area with three bedrooms and a full bathroom, plus a large open living space with kitchen. The garage could easily be transformed into an art studio, personal gym, home office or even a band rehearsal space (with the right insulation). With its proximity to the heart of Uptown Oakland, plus other exciting neighborhoods, this could be exactly what you’ve been looking for!



Upstairs – 2BR/2BA

  • Edwardian architecture
  • Hardwood floors
  • Spacious rooms and high ceilings
  • Great light
  • Gas insert fireplace in dining room
  • Large kitchen with bonus space
  • Open Living Room & Dining Room


Downstairs - 3 Bonus Rooms, 1Bath 

  • Separate entrance
  • Extra storage space
  • Open living/dining/kitchen area
  • Lots of potential



  • Upper back deck off kitchen
  • Plenty of storage space
  • Lower patio space
  • 2-car garage with extra work studio
  • Half a mile to MacArthur BART
  • Near Temescal, Uptown, Piedmont Ave, Emeryville, Pill Hill, Kaiser Oakland
  • Close to great restaurants, shops & services
  • Bikescore = 96 (Biker’s Paradise)
  • Walkscore = 90 (Walker’s Paradise)
  • Transitscore = 73 (Excellent Transit)


Floor Plans



Temescal is one of the oldest neighborhoods in north Oakland, named for Temescal Creek. California bungalows and stucco single-family homes comprise the bulk of housing in Temescal, which is popular with first-time Oakland homebuyers. 

Temescal’s main thoroughfare is Telegraph Avenue, which runs from the MacArthur Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station to 55th Street. The highly walkable neighborhood has the feel of an urban village. Feeding the foodies of Temescal are Bakesale Betty’s, the wood-fired ovens of Pizzaiolo, and authentic Mexican restaurant Doña Tomás. Homeroom, a mac-and-cheese restaurant, can be found on 40th Street. The Temescal Farmers' Market provides fresh produce, and food stands serve chai, crepes, and Blue Bottle Coffee. Wine lovers rave about The Wine Mine’s weekly tastings, and wine bar Marc 49 serves patrons on its off-street patio.

Arts and culture make this neighborhood lively. The annual Temescal Street Fair showcases arts, crafts, and music by residents of all ages. Galleries feature up-and-coming young artists. The Temescal Arts Center hosts dance and musical performances and offers classes in everything from yoga to tai chi. Studio One Art Center, run by Oakland’s Parks & Recreation department, offers affordable art, photography, and bookmaking material as well as yoga classes taught by working professionals. The Temescal Library, opened in 1918 with Andrew Carnegie’s foundation funds, is the only Oakland branch to offer books in Amharic and Tigrinya languages. 

Uptown Oakland

Oakland is home to the skycrapers of giant health care provider Kaiser Permanente and Clorox and the offices of high-tech companies like Internet radio station Pandora and, coming soon, Uber. Newly developed condominium projects with modern conveniences, a few old Victorians, and contemporary structures make up the majority of the housing in this mostly urban area. 

Oakland’s heritage as a port city can still be found in its communities and cuisine: Le Cheval, a Vietnamese neighborhood institution; Rio California, a Brazilian eatery located in Preservation Park; and Ichiro, a Japanese sushi bar. Downtown Oakland’s entertainment scene includes the massive Paramount Theatre on Broadway and the Fox Theater on Telegraph Avenue. These former movie palaces now feature symphony performances, ballet, rock acts, and showings of classic movies. For the gallery-goers, Oakland First Fridays is a gallery walk that includes artisan works and food vendors.

Some Downtown Oakland residents can walk to work, while those who work in San Francisco have access to two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations.


Open Houses:
Saturday March 16th & March 23rd- From 2:00pm-4:00pm

Sunday March 17th & March 24th- From 2:00pm-4:00pm


Brokers Tour:
Monday March 18th from 10:00am - 1:00pm

Thursday March 21st from 10:00am - 1:00pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Janet Kaplan, Joanne King & Michael Herling
[email protected]


Janet Kaplan, Joanne King & Michael Herling

Locally RealRed Oak RealtycalDRE# 00988927 / 1008562 / 01991685(510) 499-9105 office(510) 506-2762