5124 Masonic Avenue Oakland, California 94618

SOLD $1,600,000 (23% > Asking)

Upper Rockridge

3 bedrooms | 2 baths

This striking recently updated Upper Rockridge contemporary-style home has been in one family since it was built in 1965. The soaring living room beamed ceiling, redwood walls and floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of San Francisco Bay make this an inviting room for entertaining family and friends.

The kitchen now features new Shaker-style cabinetry with a white subway-style tile backsplash, quartz countertops with an under-counter-mounted stainless-steel sink and faucet, new appliances, stainless steel exhaust hood and lighting. Natural light now streams in with the new operable skylight above the kitchen. Next to the kitchen is a family room area, breakfast nook and sliding doors to a sunny side patio for outdoor entertaining.

The primary bedroom suite features a high ceiling, a newly updated bathroom, walk-in closet and sliding doors to an outdoor patio area. This bathroom now features a new two-sink vanity with a marble top, brushed nickel faucets and lighting. The original smaller shower has been replaced with a large open frameless shower and white subway tile.

There are two identical bedrooms and a hall bathroom at the rear of the home. The bedrooms have been freshly painted.

There are newly refinished oak hardwood floors in the living room, kitchen, and all three bedrooms. There are slate floors in the entry and hallway leading to all three bedrooms.

Published by Michael Thompson

I am a seasoned residential real estate professional with over 36 years of expertise in the Oakland Hills real estate market. Over the past three-plus decades, Michael has helped hundreds of buyers and sellers successfully buy and sell their homes. Many of these same clients (and now their kids!) have come back to Michael to help them with additional home purchases. With his extensive real estate background, Michael offers his clients a level of knowledge, experience and insight that gives them a competitive advantage in buying their next home or selling their present one. With a passion for sailing on San Francisco Bay, Michael and his wife Julie Ann Poppi currently are in the process of finishing the restoration of their 1981 Islander 36 sailboat.

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