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Hope Broderick presents:

Charming Dimond District Home


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Creekside cottage situated in popular Dimond District. This special 1947 home is only blocks to LaFarine, Peet's, Farmer Joe's, regional parks and Sausal Creek. Home features two bedrooms and one bathroom. One bedroom has a built in loft bed with a ladder. Primary bedroom overlooks a private garden. One bathroom with wainscoting and honeycomb tile. Updated eat-in kitchen with eco-friendly quartz counters and newer appliances. Kitchen opens to a sunny deck that is nestled next to a mature redwood tree. It is perfectand for dining under the stars with friends and enjoying your morning coffee. Wind through old growth bamboo, mature camellias and find a vintage artisan greenhouse. Greenhouse has been used for weddings, parties and much more. Additional garden space for play and edibles garden. Front garden features professionally landscaped with native drought tolerant plants, apple tree, manzanitas and a prized lemon tree. There is a covered front porch with slate tile and custom screen door. Additional laundry room, and basement with room for storage or workshop. Easy San Francisco commute. Home is near all major transportation, great schools and the best of the East Bay! Open this Sunday!

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Sunday, September 11th, 2-4pm

Sunday, September 18th, 2-4pm

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Monday, September 12th, 10am-1pm

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4061 Whittle Avenue

The Sausal Creek runs from the Oakland Hills to the San Francisco Bay, with a portion running near Dimond’s Fruitvale Avenue. Hike along the creek bed in Dimond Canyon, where you’ll spot redwoods, oak, buckeye and other native plants. Ferns and wild blackberries grow here, too.

Take yourself on a self-guided mural tour in this vibrant neighborhood. Energetic street art dominates the district, including “Dimond’s Hidden Jewels” on Farmer Joe’s, “I Love Dimond” on the PG&E Boston substation, and “Oakland Treehouse” and “Bird on a Branch” at MacArthur & Rhoda streets.

Italian ice water straight from…Philadelphia? Yup. It might be considered Philly’s best, but The Town’s Flavor Brigade knows how to serve a mean horchata ice water. Custards are also a specialty. AND they’ll layer ice with custard. This just exemplifies what Dimond is about—a neighborhood of surprises.