This split-level traditional home situated on a lovely tree lined street in the Upper Laurel is filled with a combination of original charm and modern updates. Step into the bright living room, which has newly refinished oak hardwood floors, cozy fireplace and large picture window that overlooks  the colorfully landscaped front yard. Hibiscus, sage, lavender, kangaroo paws, red maple, succulents, Meyer lemon, and fun cacti are just a few things that you will find in your front garden.

The living room leads to the fantastically updated and open kitchen with stainless steel Whirlpool appliances, white cabinetry, quartz countertops, breakfast bar and eat-in area.

From the main floor up a curved staircase where you will find two bright bedrooms with spacious closets and hardwood floors. One bedroom has its own charming Juliette balcony! Conveniently located between the bedrooms is an updated hall bathroom.

Down a few stairs from the main floor is a fantastic flex space with red Marmoleum floors, a second full bathroom - with barn door - and a sliding glass door out to the backyard. This room has endless possibilities and would be a great space for a family room, office, guest space or third bedroom!

Lovingly created by the current owner, the backyard is a true succulent paradise! This will be the place to be for summer BBQs, with its stone patio, fun string lights and lovely low maintenance plantings.

This home also has updated electrical, dual paned windows and fresh interior paint.

All this and just blocks from all the shops, restaurants, coffee shops and easy transit options the Laurel District has to offer. Neighborhood restaurants like Grank Lake Kitchen, 4045 BBQ, Sequoia Diner, Communitē Table, Everett & Jones BBQ, Degrees Plato and many more will become your new favorite spots, and all just down the street! Close to Redwood Regional Park, transportation & easy freeway access - this home is truly outstanding.



Upper Laurel is a diverse neighborhood in Oakland, home to Chinese, Vietnamese, Filipino, Laotian, Cambodian, Korean, Salvadoran, Mexican, and Tongan communities who shop, eat, and conduct business. Houses range from 1920s-era bungalows to newer contemporary and traditional dwellings. 

MacArthur Boulevard, the main artery in Laurel, serves as its business district, with mom-and-pop businesses and eateries. Gerardo’s Restaurant serves up authentic Mexican dishes, Phnom Penh House provides Cambodian and Asian fusion entrees, and the Sequoia Diner offers breakfast and lunch. Residents demonstrate neighborhood pride at the annual Laurel Street Fair, which celebrates local food and music.


Open Houses:
Sunday, August 4th from 2:00-4:30pm

Sunday, August 11th from 2:00-4:30pm

Broker's Tour:
Monday, August 5th from 10:00-1:00pm

Offer date: Wednesday, August 14th by 3pm

Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Maria Cavallo-Merrion & Anita Becker
510.919.8841 mobile
[email protected]



Maria Cavallo-Merrion

Realtor® AssociateCompasscalDRE# 01493849510.919.8841 mobile510.845.2402

Anita Becker

CompasscalDRE# 01316805(510) 520-8335