833 Solano Avenue | $1,100,000

URBANE ALBANY BEAUTY WITH A TAHOE TOUCH

 

FEATURES

  • Reclaimed wood window sills
  • Chrome hardware and stainless steel hardware
  • Attached two car garage
  • Evergrain composite decking
  • Wired for CAT 5
  • High effiiency Integrity doors and windows by Marvin
  • Sentry alarm
  • Fire alarm
  • Sprinklers 
  • Newly constructed home
  • 1,931 interior sq. ft. (Measured)
  • Well sited on a 3,800 sq. ft. lot (Tax records)
  • Three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms
  • Flat backyard with lovely plantings as well as three view decks
  • Flexible floor plan
  • Spanish tile and composite shingle roof
  • Radiant heating and radiant water heater
  • Reclaimed barn wood details 

KITCHEN

  • Quartz countertops
  • Island
  • Stainless Steel GE appliances
  • Built-in microwave
  • Soft-close cabinets
  • Brick-like tile backsplash
  • Under-cabinet and recessed lighting
  • Deck with views spanning from Oakland, to the Bay Bridge, Downtown SF, Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands

 

SITTING ROOM ON ENTRY LEVEL

  • Oak hardwood floors
  • Gas fireplace with remote starter
  • Built-in cabinets
  • Dumbwaiter
  • French doors open to deck with views of Albany and Berkeley hills
  • Half bathroom with Quartz countertops, Koehler toilet and sink

 

MASTER BED + BATH

  • Access to yard via sliders
  • Plush carpet
  • Dumbwaiter access
  • Quartz countertops
  • Reclaimed wood trim
  • Koehler sink and toilet
  • Shower over tub with spa like shower-head
  • Tile surround and floors

LIVING ROOM OFF KITCHEN

  • Gas fireplace with remote starter
  • Dumbwaiter
  • Deck with views of Albany and Berkeley Hills, Downtown Oakland, Bay Bridge, San Francisco, Golden Gate Bridge, Marin and beyond!
  • Hardwood floors
  • Beamed ceilings
  • Hand built fir trusses

 

TWO BEDROOMS DOWNSTAIRS

  • Exposed concrete with rich, reclaimed Redwood trim
  • Plush carpet

 

DOWNSTAIRS BATHROOM

  • Quartz countertops
  • Shower over tub with tile surround
  • Tile floors
  • Koehler toilet sink and tub

 

LAUNDRY ROOM

 

  • Built-in cabinetry
  • Access to dumbwaiter
  • Storage under home

MAP

 

OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE

 

Sunday May 1st from 2:00 - 4:30pm

Sunday, May 8th from 2:00 - 4:30pm

Twilight Tour Wednesday, May 4th from 6:00 - 8:00pm.

 

BROKERS TOUR

 

April 28th from 9:30am - 12:00pm

Additional Showings by Appointment


The Neighborhood

This formerly working-class neighborhood once housed the pipe fitters, welders, and shipbuilders that worked for Henry Kaiser during World War II. Today, Albany is home to a diverse group of professionals who support the local schools with a passion.

Albany is located on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay, bordering the city of Berkeley to the south and east, and the Contra Costa County cities of El Cerrito and Richmond to the north. Albany's northern and southern borders are defined by two creeks, Codornices Creek on the south and Cerrito Creek on the north. Cerrito Creek takes its name from "El Cerrito de San Antonio", now known as Albany Hill. The hill's unusual location near the bay shore makes it a prominent landmark in the East Bay. The rest of the city is relatively flat by Bay Area standards, except for a small area near the base of the Berkeley Hills. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 5.5 square miles.

Solano Avenue, with its incredible array of restaurants, independent cinema, and shopping, is proof that there's more to Albany than its stellar school system. And because Albany is small, flat, and sunny, it's a walkable neighborhood, with Solano Avenue as its east-west axis. Bakeries, boutiques, and bistros thrive on Solano. The annual Solano Avenue Stroll, which takes place the second Sunday in September, shows off all 26 blocks -- from the Landmark Theaters Albany Twin theater, which shows an eclectic mix of first-run blockbusters to small, independent features, to the family-run Sunny Side Up cafe -- and is the perfect place to start your exploration of Albany.

Albany's waterfront has undergone significant man-made changes; the most prominent landform is now the Albany Bulb, a former garbage landfill jutting out into San Francisco Bay. The bulb was the site of a small art colony and shanty town until it was cleared to turn the area into part of the new Eastshore State Park.


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