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WEB ID: 85392016

1054 Leo Way Oakland, Alameda County, CA 94611

Oakland, Alameda County, CA 94611

for sale | Single Family Detached | Built in 1931

4 beds
2 baths
1743 Approx. Sqft
$1,195,000

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WEB ID: 85392016

1054 Leo Way Oakland, Alameda County, CA 94611

Oakland, Alameda County, CA 94611

for sale | Single Family Detached | Built in 1931

4 beds
2 baths
1743 Approx. Sqft
$1,195,000

The Details

About 1054 Leo Way, Oakland, CA 94611

1054 Leo Way, Oakland, CA, 94611

Offers As Written: Elegant Tudor nestled in the desirable Glen Highlands neighborhood in Montclair. This sweet home is conveniently located to the Terrace Cafe, Village Market, Terrace Nursery and the Montclair Village. This lovely home offers both convenience and a serene atmosphere. Inside, you'll find a well-designed layout that maximizes space and functionality. The living room, with an oversized picture windo...
Listing Courtesy of Corcoran Icon Properties, Debbi DiMaggio, (510) 414-6777
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key features

  • Flooring: Hardwood
  • Exterior Description: Stucco
  • Garage Count: 2 Car Garage
  • Garage Description: Attached Garage
  • Garage Description: Garage
  • Fencing: Fenced Yard
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    Montclair

    Montclair is a lovely, well-established neighborhood with a quaint, small-town feel in the Oakland Hills. There’s plenty of charming architectural gold in those hills, with many of Oakland’s most grand and stylish estates set among the slopes’ winding, sylvan roads. Despite the splendor of Montclair’s houses, this is not a flashy neighborhood at all. Montclair residents cherish the whimsical Storybook Style architecture sprinkled throughout their community. You can see these Hansel and Gretel-style buildings, including the 1927 firehouse and the 1930 library, in Montclair Village, or in a pocket of fairytale-like houses in the Fernwood enclave, hidden among the trees. The Village has everything locals need, including supermarkets, bookstores, restaurants, and a weekly farmers market. There’s plenty of parks and trails, including Joaquin Miller Park, one of the only urban second-growth redwood groves in existence, and the Montclair Railroad Trail, a popular rail-trail for walking and biking.

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