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Maria Cavallo-Merrion & Anita Becker present:
Grand and elegant, the tower building displays striking designs as well as impressive tile, stone and metal work from the 1920s displayed in the common areas. Relax while reading a favorite book in the comfort of the sitting room in the lobby.
Just a quick elevator ride up to the 6th floor, step inside this coveted corner unit and you will be instantly impressed. Arched entries, high ceilings and freshly painted walls with newly refinished parquet wood floors add to the warm environment. Oversized and ideal for lounging and entertaining the living room features a fireplace and views of the lake - imagine curling up by the fire while enjoying the twinkling lights. The adjoining formal dining room will be the gathering place for many dinner parties with the kitchen close by. Recently updated, the galley-style kitchen features a new stove, microwave, hood, (2022) dishwasher/fridge, (2021) and fun stainless steel counters equipped with plenty of cabinets and storage space. Mostly new copper plumbing. A thoughtful and complete remodel of the marble clad bathroom with a nod to the Art Deco style boasts beautiful black and white tile, a shower stall, freestanding soaking tub, pedestal sink and low-flow toilet. The light filled bedroom provides a large dressing closet - which could double as an office - and views of the lake from two large windows.
In addition to its classic elegance, the Bellevue Staten is conveniently located just moments from Oakland’s best restaurants and entertainment. Enjoy lake living - walks, sailing or gondola rides! The Grand Lake Theater and Oakland Museum are neighborhood favorites. Take advantage of the shops and restaurants along Broadway, Grand and Lakeshore. Easy transport options with BART and Highway 580 closeby. Recognized as a Historical Landmark Building, designed by H.C. Bauman built in 1929, this is a wonderful opportunity to own a piece of Oakland history.
Amenities and HOAs include: 24 hr concierge, in-building storage locker, communal laundry room, roof deck, professional management services, water/hot water, heat, internet, basic cable, one parking space in garage, carts for convenience with moving packages to and from your home, emergency supplies, bicycle storage, common area and building maintenance, gardener, monthly contributions to reserve fund and monitored exterior security.
**One year of HOA dues paid by the seller!
Little Known Facts
Sunday July 24th and July 31 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm,
Monday, July 25th from 10am - 1pm
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Adams Point, considered the “Jewel of Oakland," is located near the northern shore of Lake Merritt. The neighborhood is tucked between the Uptown Oakland and Grand Lake neighborhoods and if you’re looking for gorgeous lake views from home, The Bellevue-Staten and the elaborate, Beaux Arts-styled Regillus buildings are ideal for you. You can also find a variety of single-family homes and cozy condominiums in Adams Point, making it one of the more diverse real estate areas in Oakland.
There is more to Lake Merritt than a beautiful body of water. Adams Point residents can easily access a few of the area’s popular public parks. Nearby Lakeside Park includes Children’s Fairyland, a storybook theme park that has delighted generations of kids and even served as a model for Disneyland Park. The three-mile pathway around the lake hosts hundreds of runners and walkers each day.
If you enjoy exploring a vast array of plant life, the Gardens at Lake Merritt are a must-see. Stroll through the peaceful Bonsai and Japanese Gardens, or transport yourself to a tropical paradise in the Palm Garden.
Just south of the Gardens is where you will find the Lake Merritt Boating Center, which offers sailing classes, as well as rents kayaks canoes, and sailboats. If you have your own boat or kayak, you can use it on Lake Merritt for a small fee.
Adams Point is a short stroll from the 19th Street Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, making it a great neighborhood for commuters. Residents from Adams Point can ride to Google Headquarters in less than 40 minutes, and to the Financial District in less than 30. Additionally, the neighborhood’s close proximity to Interstate 580 makes it easy to travel to the Oakland Zoo, or up to the Golden Gate Fields in Northwest Berkeley.
Living in Adams Point is great for people who love live entertainment, dinner & a movie, or a delicious meal. Paramount Theatre is less than one mile from Adams Point, and showcases a variety of live acts including stand-up comedy shows, concerts, and performing arts. About two blocks south, you will find the historic Fox Theater, which seats up to 2,800 people and features similar shows.
After a great show (or any time of day), Adams Point’s Grand Avenue offers a variety of dining options. Some of the local favorites include the New American sensation Sidebar, Coach Sushi, a popular Japanese restaurant known for its bottomless sake, and Grandeur, a Midtown Oakland Staple for delicious Vegan Cuisine.