After the 1907 earthquake, Rockridge was one of the first neighborhoods settled in Oakland, with its proximity to San Francisco being one of the drawing cards...just as it is today. It was just a couple of years after the earthquake that this charming Victorian was built at 5261 Miles Avenue.
It has all the details of the period: box ceiling, built ins, wainscoting and large moldings plus a basement. It has all the accoutrements people were used to in the city. Additionally, it has 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, an updated kitchen that opens to a family room and a wonderful deck and backyard. Today, it's even closer to the city: just three blocks to BART and all the restaurants and stores of Rockridge and Temescal.
For a closer look, check out www.5261miles.com.
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