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Nestled on a quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac with terrific neighbors, 3031 Davis is the spacious level-in bungalow you’ve been waiting for. Less than a mile from Dimond District gems like Peets, Farmer Joe’s, and Grand Lake Kitchen, close to Fruitvale BART and freeways, this location offers great lifestyle convenience.This lovely home retains much of the gracious original character of the late 1930s with random plank and oak hardwood floors, cozy brick fireplace, and charming vintage tiled bathroom. People who love to cook and entertain will appreciate the huge, true “eat in” kitchen with loads of counter space and storage - and a formal dining room with a rare and unique original chandelier. The pictures do not deceive - these rooms are all very generously sized. Updated with double-paned windows, freshly painted inside and out, landscaped with a multitude of mature rose bushes, a fig, plum, and a lemon tree, off-street parking and a secure garage, this home is ready for you to move in and make it your own.

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Open House:
Sunday, June 13th from 2-4pm

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Wendy Graves

Winkler Real Estate Group


DRE# 01867219

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3031 Davis Street

Just .8 mile* away from 3031 Davis Street, the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Fruitvale Avenue is the heart of Oakland's desirable Dimond neighborhood, a hub of community that draws people from all over the Bay Area for dining, shopping, and popular events like Oaktoberfest, an annual family-friendly beer festival. 
The walkable neighborhood boasts several major banks, two major grocery stores, a pharmacy, and various mom-and-pop businesses, including the latest outpost of Grand Lake Kitchen, Dimond Slice and vegan favorite, The Veg Hub. 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 and public art installations. 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.

*Per Google Maps