• $1,410,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 2,737 SqFt
  • MLS# 40887080

Stately Ivy Hill Colonial Charmer

Remarkable transformation of a traditional Colonial style 4 bedroom 3 bath single family home with in-law and ADU potential in an amazing and upcoming location! Perched near the top of one of Ivy Hill’s peaks, views of the downtown skyline are abundant and often enchanting when the sun goes down.  Built in 1919 this stately home has been completely and thoughtfully renovated while keeping the original character and charm in place. At street level you’ll find a secure and private in-law unit, detached 2 car garage, and all updated systems including electrical, foundation, and seismic upgrades. The upper two levels represent the main living area. At the main level you’ll find a formal dining room, family room, half bath, and a beautifully remodeled kitchen. 3 bedrooms including the master suite, as well as 2 full baths await you at the uppermost level. The well designed practical floor plan is one of flexibility, ideal for multi-generational living or as an income generating investment. 

One of the many benefits of life in the East Bay is our year round great weather. You’ll enjoy lounging in the sun or entertaining your guests in the large landscaped rear yard. 

Take a short walk to Lake Merritt and you will find a myriad of amenities and public transportation options including AC Transit and BART. And positioned just 3 minutes to 580, it’s a fantastic location for those commuting throughout the East Bay and into SF. This unique home really has it all!

Additional Property Features

  • 2737 square feet of living space (per tax records)
  • 5750 square foot lot (per tax records)
  • Solidly built in 1919
  • New systems and upgrades throughout
  • Seismic reinforcements and upgrades
  • Large deep lot with room to spare


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