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Steve Michaelides & Richard Matus present:

Traditional Craftsman


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Located on a quiet, tree-lined street, but just one block away from bustling Grand Avenue shops and restaurants, this stately Traditional duplex offers the flexibility of single-family living or the option of living in one big space and renting out the lower unit with a separate entrance! Either is possible with an internal staircase that integrates all the living space.

The light-filled living room is anchored by a Craftsman fireplace, rich wood accents, large picture windows and warm hardwood floors which flow into the dining room with a gorgeous built-in hutch.

The sunny, eat-in kitchen has its own cozy deck, the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee, and opens onto a charming family room, making it easy to entertain family and friends alike in casual comfort!

Upstairs is defined by tall ceilings, rich wood floors, loads of sunlight and 4 bedrooms and 2 baths.

The lower level 1 bedroom, 1 bath unit is fully updated, and has a generously sized living room and nicely appointed eat-in kitchen.

The location is ideal with a 96 Walkscore and instant access to trendy bars and eateries, great shopping, beautiful Lake Merritt and even the local Farmer’s Market!

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Open Houses:

Saturday July 2nd, 2-4PM

Brokers Tour:

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Steve Michaelides
(510) 339-0400
[email protected]

Contact Richard Matus
(510) 506-8896
[email protected]

Steve Michaelides

The Grubb Company

Realtor® Associate

DRE# 01275784

510.339.0400 x242 office

510.435.9290 mobile


Richard Matus

Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate - Reliance Partners

DRE# 01120689

510-506-8896 mobile


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745 Walker Avenue

The residential Lakeshore-Upper Grand neighborhood, cultivated by famed landscape architects Olmsted Brothers, is a sculpted terrain of winding streets following the natural contours of the land. Homes date back to the 1920s and ‘30s, some designed by notable Bay Area architects like Julia Morgan, Maybeck & White, and Charles McCall. Today, the neighborhood retains its period flavor, with large, romantic homes in the Italian Renaissance, Tudor, Spanish, Monterey, French provincial, and Colonial styles.

Lakeshore-Upper Grand is close to the Lakeshore and Grand Avenue shopping districts. Bardo is a neighborhood lounge and restaurant inspired by the comfort and camaraderie of a mid-century dinner party, Arizmendi Bakery offers pastries and lunch dishes, and Lin Jia Asian Kitchen features Chinese and Asian Fusion selections. Shops like Urban Indigo and Silver Moon Kids entice visitors with eclectic items for all ages.