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A rare Glenview condo plus studio, in a village-like setting with a Mediterranean vibe!
Sunny and serene, this updated 1BR/1BA home lives like a secret cottage with air-conditioned comfort. The roomy eat-in kitchen, with hidden washer/dryer, opens to a little patio for your grill.
The separate studio has its own entrance, featuring a full bath and lots of storage, also with A/C. It's ideal for extra income; work-from-home; au-pair; guest suite; gym; the list goes on!
A huge, sun-filled roof deck is perfect for entertaining, relaxing and gardening. Another patio patio is great for picnics. There's also extra storage in the work shops and dedicated garage. Greenwood Knoll is a well-run HOA, with a welcoming community spirit.
With shops, market, restaurants, and cafes, the Glenview neighborhood is always popular. The SF commute bus is nearby, with all the exciting amenities in Lakeshore/Grand, Montclair and Rockridge only minutes away. What a special home!
Situated in the Oakland foothills, Glenview is a small residential neighborhood full of are single-family bungalows and traditionally styled dwellings dating back to the 1920s and ‘30s.
Most of the businesses in Glenview are mom-and-pop shops and include a market and several salons. Highly rated restaurants such as Bellanico and Blackberry Bistro add some gourmet flair to the Park Boulevard business district, which offers great vistas of the bay. The Glenview Neighborhood Association and Glenfriends have adopted Park Boulevard, sponsoring the Park Boulevard Median Cleanup and Planting Day on the boulevard median.
Twelve-acre Dimond Park runs along Glenview's eastern side, with oak and redwood trees populating the green space. Amenities include picnic areas, playgrounds, and a swimming pool.
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.