• $1,015,000
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2,737 SqFt
  • MLS# 40873132

Stately Ivy Hill Colonial Charmer

Stately Colonial style four bedroom two bath home with an exceptional layout and an in-law with its own entrance, kitchen, and full bath awaits your vision and touches to return it to its glory days! This home has been in the same family for over 50 years and maintains almost all the original details from 1919 including original stained glass windows, moldings and trim, hardwood floors, and original built-ins. Located in the up and coming Ivy Hills neighborhood which is just a short walk away to Lake Merritt, shopping, and numerous dining options, this home sits on a deep lot with a separate 2 car garage and no rear neighbors. Panoramic views of the city skyline can be had from the upstairs bedrooms and several recent improvements have been made including new redwood fencing and fresh paint. This is a unique opportunity to own an amazing home with loads of potential!


  • 4 Bedrooms 2 bathrooms (per tax records)
  • ln-Law unit with its own entrance, kitchen, and bathroom
  • Large deep lot. 5750 sf (per tax records)
  • 2737 sf of living space (per tax records)
  • Detached 2 car garage and side access to back yard
  • Built in 1919 and retains most of it's original character and charm
  • Original Leaded Stained Glass windows and built-ins
  • Has been in the same family for over 50 years
  • Great Location! Short walk to Lake Merritt, shopping and dining


Cross Street:

Park Blvd


Ivy Hill





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