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Enter through the front door and take a deep breath as you look towards the floor-to-ceiling windows with a view of the Oakland hills. From the bedroom, you’ll wake up to see redwood trees in the courtyard. A private balcony provides indoor-outdoor flow. The kitchen has been fully remodeled with quartz countertops, stainless steel LG appliances, convection oven, soft-close cabinets, and contemporary large tile backsplash. Similar bathroom upgrades provide consistent appeal. Laminate flooring and geometric-shaped light fixtures add practicality and design flair. You’ll find plenty of closets, including an enormous walk-in closet. Kelton Court is a highly desirable building nestled on a cul-de-sac, close to transportation, yet only three blocks away from Piedmont Avenue. Enjoy the wide variety of restaurants, cafés, grocery stores, and eclectic shops close by. Comes with a deeded parking space in the gated garage, and dedicated storage space. This condo is ready for you to move right in!
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Piedmont Avenue is center stage to one of the Bay Area's more diverse neighborhoods. It is a unique main street evocative of a different era, offering independent stores sitting side-by-side, just waiting to be discovered.
After stopping in to sneak a peek at one of the many unique gift stores or browsing at Spectator Books, you can make your way up the street to the neighborhood's crowning glory, as unique and unconventional as the area it hovers above: a cemetery! Sharing the same architect who designed New York City's Central Park, the Mountain View Cemetery spreads out along 226 acres of soft hills, allowing for amazing views of the surrounding city in addition to the handsome monuments to California's elite and infamous alike. Unusually lively for a cemetery, people flock here to jog, roll the baby in the stroller, run the dog a bit. The lively arts are alive and well in the nearby Chapel of the Chimes that doubles as a venue for musical concerts. The ornate hall has some of the best acoustics in the Bay Area.
All that walking around is a great excuse to stop into La Farine, a wonderful French bakery, or stop for a cappuccino at Timeless Coffee. Homestead offers a refined menu, while the fantastic wine list at Dopo adds to their fun and sophisticated atmosphere. The Wolf restaurant calls Piedmont Avenue its home, as does Bar Cesar, Michelin-starred Commis, Dona Tomas and Pomella. The Piedmont Theatre, the oldest movie house operating in Oakland, offers first-run and independent films.
A wide range of generations and lifestyles, the locals here love all this neighborhood has to offer, especially given that they can run all their errands without having to ever step into their car. Many of the people that live in the area have been here for years and the familiar greetings along the sidewalks add to an overall satisfied atmosphere.