A contemporary second-floor home with cozy qualities and updated features, this three-bedroom, one-bathroom shared unit in Oakland is priced to rent quickly. At 950-square-feet, this spacious, sunlit unit has been newly renovated and features central heating and air conditioning, freshly pained walls and baseboards, high ceilings, HydroShield wood-based laminate floors, and a washer and dryer. Warm and inviting bedrooms offer walk-in closets, large windows, and enough space for queen-size beds and nightstands. A spacious, gourmet kitchen features black granite countertops, white shaker cabinets and drawers, and new stainless steel appliances, including a full-size refrigerator and gas range. A stylish bathroom boasts a granite double-sink vanity that matches the kitchen countertops, modern lighting fixtures, white subway tiles, and a clawfoot bathtub for you to relax in. A perfect space for hosting guests or relaxing after a long day, the living room can easily accommodate a sectional couch, coffee table, and TV stand. Closets in the hallway and living room provide additional storage space for all sorts of necessities. As a bonus, this apartment features a small wooden balcony accessible through the living area, which gives access to the backyard via a staircase. Rooms in this Oakland penthouse apartment can be fully furnished. One of California’s busiest cities, Oakland is a densely-populated area, home to over 440,000 residents. A diverse area with lots to offer, Oakland is one of three core cities in the San Francisco Bay Area and is regarded as one of the hippest places to live in California. The diversity in population carries with it an excellent diversification of foods and entertainment options. With over 50 unique neighborhoods, Oakland offers a seemingly endless supply of things to do, places to eat, and trendy hangouts to pass the time with a cold drink. Oakland’s numerous commercial districts attract tourists from all over, as well as Californians from other parts of the state. Home to one of the oldest Chinatowns in the United States, Oakland’s authentic dim sum cuisine makes it a top destination for foodies. From affordable bungalows to multi-million dollar mansions, Oakland’s housing stock varies tremendously in both price and style. Architecture ranges from Art Deco to Victorian and includes numerous historic buildings that have either been rejuvenated or well-preserved and repurposed to accommodate the need for housing. Located less than a half-mile from the bustling Piedmont Avenue commercial district, this Oakland apartment is ideal for anyone that wants to live close to an assortment of retail and dining options. A nine-minute walk will get you to MacArthur Station for trains on several BART lines. This unit includes high-speed WiFi, a flat-screen TV, and the option to rent a room or the entire home if available. Convenient street parking is also available for those that drive....
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