A Slice of Nostalgia

Alexis de Borghia presents:

Vintage Sentimentality in Upper Dimond


about this home's

Devil is In the Details









Quality craftsmanship and elegant simplicity are the cornerstones of this Upper Diamond 2/1 Bungalow. Walking through the front door you will be delighted by the intact layout reminiscent of a bygone era. The refined hardwood floors feature a mahogany line that runs throughout the living and dining room, complementing the charming built-in cabinets and grid windows. The dining room's stylish french doors will make your dinner parties sparkle. The living room contains a striking raven color fireplace, black tile heath and a large coat closet. The kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, stone countertops and freshly painted cabinets adorned with retro hardware. Enjoy cozy meals with your special someone in the pinterest worthy nook, complete with a glittering chandelier and upholstered chic benches. The bathroom features a new sink, shower and eco-friendly loo. Enjoy neighborhood BBQs and warm Summer nights amongst the lemon and grapefruit trees in the spacious backyard or toss a ball with your fur baby. Conveniently located near the 580 freeway, award winning restaurants, gorgeous parks and endearing cafes. This home brings a vintage sentimentality to the modern world.

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Open Houses:
Saturday and Sunday 2-4:30PM

Brokers Tour:
Monday, July 24, 10-1PM

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(510) 681-5144
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Alexis de Borghia

Corcoran Icon Properties

DRE# 02041177

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Neighborhood Vibes

3670 Maple Avenue

The intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue is the heart of Oakland's Dimond neighborhood, one of the city's most up-and-coming enclaves.

The walkable neighborhood boasts several major banks, two major grocery stores, a pharmacy, and various mom-and-pop businesses. Families appreciate a branch of the Oakland Public Library, as well as Dimond Park and Dimond Recreation Center on Fruitvale Avenue. The Dimond Improvement Association (DIA) is committed to making the tight-knit neighborhood “a vital, safe and beautiful place” for its residents and plans community events -- including the annual Oaktober festival.

Interstate 580 forms the neighborhood's southern border, a convenient perk for commuters. Those who prefer public transportation can use AC Transit's NL bus line, which runs down MacArthur Boulevard and offers transbay service to downtown San Francisco on both weekdays and weekends.