• $950,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,024 SqFt
  • MLS# 40834924
43 NORTH STREET is a charming Craftsman style, garden cottage condo in Rockridge that’s just a few minutes’ walk to and from all of the area’s many amenities. Entering through a classic white picket gate, down a brick path, and under a large fig tree is where you’ll find this detached two bedroom and two bath condo. Features include charming period details and hardwood floors throughout, soapstone countertops, custom built-ins, and brick backsplash. An updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, living room with an abundance of natural light, and a traditionally styled bathroom complete with a claw foot tub are all located on the first floor. Double doors from the living room open out to a delightful private side yard and seating area. Upstairs features two nicely sized bedroom and an updated bathroom. Deeded off-street parking, secure gated parking, and an additional large storage shed all included. Neighborhood is zoned for Peralta Elementary School.

Location

Cross Street:

Colby

Subdivision:

Rockridge

City:

Oakland

County:

Alameda

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About Rockridge

At-a-Glance Prior to the mid-1800s, Oakland was largely a wild and undeveloped area. Much of what later would become known as Rockridge was also vacant land until the 1860s. That’s when a number of families from the east coast settled in the area. Among them was the Livermores, a New England family that had relocated west some two decades earlier and made their fortune developing lumber mills and dams around Folsom. With their wealth, the family scooped up large tracts of land in Rockridge, eventually establishing this area as a separate subdivision from Oakland. Who gave the city its name? That credit goes to Horatio P. Livermore’s wife who, in a nod to an immense rock the family affectionately ref...

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