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Patricia Bennett & Jeffrey Neidleman present:
Location! Location! Location!
This charming 1928 Tudor Style home in the coveted Trestle Glen neighborhood awaits the right new owner who will transform it to their own version of a classic!
Over 2000 square feet of living space includes 3 bedrooms with lots of natural light plus a dormered bonus room. There is a spacious formal dining room as well as an informal dining area off the kitchen which leads through French doors to the back yard with decks and mature landscaped gardens. The large living room has a fireplace and many large windows. Hardwood floors are featured throughout the home. There are two full baths, a laundry room and a formal entry foyer.
The basement area includes two large storage rooms and a garage with interior access.
The neighborhood abounds with outdoor interaction, only blocks to Lakeshore Avenue. The many shops, restaurants, boutiques and services along Lakeshore Avenue and nearby Park Boulevard make this an ideal location.
Sunday September 18, 2-4:00pm
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510 482 9000 office
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.
Crocker Highlands is conveniently located near Interstate 580, and AC Transit bus lines serve the neighborhood. Residents can access parks, shops, and restaurants in the nearby Lakeshore, Grand Lake, and Glenview neighborhoods.