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Hope Broderick presents:

Stunning Re-designed Mid-century

Sold for $2,450,000

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About this home's

Features

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A rare level-in Mid-century oasis with stunning bay views. Designer/owner has re-envisioned this Dwell style home in the heart of Redwood Heights.

4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms

Great room with vaulted ceilings, custom gas fireplace with artisan details, Orikata folden linen pendants, floor-to-ceiling La Cantina bi-folding doors that slide fully open to redwood deck with views of San Francisco and the Bay on one side, to the courtyard on the other. 

Chef's kitchen with sliding windows that open to bar and outdoor living area, Jennair appliances, Sonoma Tile backsplash feature wall, Folk terracotta ceramic pendants, Schoolhouse Electric hardware & original brick metal rotisserie. Ideal for entertaining and dining under the stars.

The mater suite has luxe bath and views, and opens to deck.

Home office and bedrooms with built-ins & original mahogany paneling. Second living room or media room.

Two car garage opens to courtyard. Perfect indoor/outdoor California living.

Blocks to top rated schools, shopping and all major transportation.

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Schedule

Open Houses:
Sunday, September 26th, 2-4pm

Sunday, October 3rd, 2-4pm

Brokers Tour:
Monday, September 27th 10am - 1pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Hope Broderick
(510) 967-2294
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Hope Broderick

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Platinum Circle 2014

DRE# 01298281

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Neighborhood Gallery

4275 39th Avenue

Redwood Heights takes its name from a former logging road that winds into the Oakland Hills. Homes range in style and include Tudor, Craftsman, and French Normandy, with some homes built in the 1920s. The Redwood Heights Neighborhood Association is dedicated to preserving a sense of community through events such as block parties and barbecues. 


The Redwood Heights Recreation Center is used by locals of all ages for weekend gatherings and classes including dance, cooking, and karate. Peralta Creek's 9 acres of creekside have been designated as wildlife corridor.

A neighborhood nonprofit Native Environment Watershed Transformation (NEWT) orchestrated the Peralta Creek restoration and leads creek field trips for local school groups.

Redwood Regional Park offers nearly 40 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails through 1,380 acres of redwood, evergreen, and chaparral forests and open space.