x Scott Hill | Kent Hill Present A Piedmont Masterpiece www.1601OaklandAve.com  $3,495,000

Features



This extraordinary, thoroughly renovated 3-story traditional home was featured on Houzz and won multiple “Best of Design” awards. The Pinterest perfect eat-in kitchen has high-end appliances and adjacent family room with integrated media, opening to a stunning outdoor kitchen, dining, and living area in a beautifully landscaped garden – complete with outdoor custom cabinetry, granite counters, integrated gas grill + Green Egg, outdoor heating, outdoor TV & sound, and gas firetable. The main floor boasts a beautifully maintained formal dining room with original built-ins & box beam ceiling, formal living room with gas fireplace, cozy sunroom, spacious office, and powder room. The 2nd floor has 4 bedrooms, including a spacious master and ensuite, two sunrooms, and convenient washer/dryer. The 3rd floor features views of San Francisco and Oakland, sleeping area with custom cabinetry, bathroom, billiards/foosball area, art nook, wet bar, dining nook, and TV/media area with integrated sound. Centrally located just two blocks from coveted Piedmont K-12 schools, parks, public tennis courts, Mulberry’s Market, and public transit. A rare turnkey opportunity!

 

Summary of work completed since August 2012

 

Outside Landscaping/etc (East)

 

Outdoor Patio/Kitchen (East)

 

Outside Landscaping (West)

 

Basement Renovations

 

General Exterior of House

 

General Indoor

 

1st Floor (Kitchen/Family)

 

1st Floor (Dining)

 

1st Floor (Living Room)

 

1st Floor (Powder Room, Hall Closet)

 

2nd Floor  

 

3rd Floor

 

Garage

Neighborhood

Piedmont, a two-square-mile city within the borders of Oakland, was incorporated in 1907 and was known then as “The City of Millionaires” because there were more millionaires per square mile residing there than in any other U.S. city. Today, their large, estate-like homes are still standing in the heart of Piedmont, reminding residents of its glitzy past. Homes in Piedmont range from those estate-like homes in central Piedmont with expansive grounds to more modest homes on the edges of town. Well-manicured landscapes prevail and the city’s stringent permitting guidelines ensure all of the homes maintain their original flavor. The commercial area of town is small, featuring several banks and one gas station. Mulberry’s Market, a specialty food store with ready-made meals, caters to gourmet taste buds and is the frequent morning coffee stop for parents and after-school hot spot for kids. Piedmont’s proximity to Oakland’s many big-city amenities ensures Piedmonters will not miss out on the latest restaurants or first-run movies. The sense of community is strong, as witnessed by the large turnout for the annual Fourth of July parade that happens each year down Highland Avenue. The Piedmont Recreation Center offers a central gathering place for residents. Available for rental, it is the frequent setting for community events and parties. The beautiful grounds provide a wonderful place to hang out and play, and the wooded trail connecting the Center to the high school is the best place to take your dog to play. A casual carpool zone on Oakland Avenue, along with proximity to Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District buses, offer workers convenient commute options. Pride in community involvement and village living are just a few of the reasons people love to live in Piedmont.Piedmont, a two-square-mile city within the borders of Oakland, was incorporated in 1907 and was known then as “The City of Millionaires” because there were more millionaires per square mile residing there than in any other U.S. city. Today, their large, estate-like homes are still standing in the heart of Piedmont, reminding residents of its glitzy past. Homes in Piedmont range from those estate-like homes in central Piedmont with expansive grounds to more modest homes on the edges of town. Well-manicured landscapes prevail and the city’s stringent permitting guidelines ensure all of the homes maintain their original flavor. The commercial area of town is small, featuring several banks and one gas station. Mulberry’s Market, a specialty food store with ready-made meals, caters to gourmet taste buds and is the frequent morning coffee stop for parents and after-school hot spot for kids. Piedmont’s proximity to Oakland’s many big-city amenities ensures Piedmonters will not miss out on the latest restaurants or first-run movies. The sense of community is strong, as witnessed by the large turnout for the annual Fourth of July parade that happens each year down Highland Avenue. The Piedmont Recreation Center offers a central gathering place for residents. Available for rental, it is the frequent setting for community events and parties. The beautiful grounds provide a wonderful place to hang out and play, and the wooded trail connecting the Center to the high school is the best place to take your dog to play. A casual carpool zone on Oakland Avenue, along with proximity to Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) and Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District buses, offer workers convenient commute options. Pride in community involvement and village living are just a few of the reasons people love to live in Piedmont.

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Contact:

Kent Hill
(510) 919-5554
[email protected]

Scott Hill
(510) 435-6667
[email protected]

Contact



Kent Hill

Kent Hill

Sales Leader | Top ProducerMake The Right MoveHighland PartnersDRE# R01098093510.428.0900 office510.919.5554 mobile510.428.1224 faxwww.TwinHillGroup.com

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Scott Hill

Top ProducerMake The Right Move!Highland PartnersDRE# 01718779510.428.0900 office510.435.6667 mobile510.428.1224 faxwww.TwinHillGroup.com

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