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5824 Saint Paul Court
Modern convenience, elegance, and an open floor plan await you in this updated Traditional home. While the street side charms you with its romantic split-level architecture, the inside surprises and beckons you to explore.
A bright living room welcomes you in, with a cozy fireplace, built-ins, gorgeous hardwood floors, and an expanse of windows overlooking Saint Paul Court. A chic, modern, eat-in kitchen opens to a sun-filled family room, with another fireplace, more built-ins, and huge French doors that open onto the backyard and patio.
We’re just beginning the tale of easy California indoor/outdoor living!
Two amazing bonus rooms and a full bath complete the downstairs area, and can be conveniently used as home offices, a movie room, guest suite, or exercise studio.
Outside? Both the laundry room and family room open to a grassy, landscaped backyard, with prolific lemon trees and flowering bougainvillea, and the elegant warmth of a porcelain plank patio.
Upstairs, on their own floor, you’ll find a splendid primary suite, with Juliette balcony overlooking the backyard, two more bedrooms (the front one with a glimpse of the Bay and glowy sunsets!), and another full bathroom.
It just keeps beckoning.
Saint Paul Court stretches off the beaten track between Masonic and Proctor Avenues in Upper Rockridge, like a quiet little secret to those who live there. Its sought-after location exudes charm and convenience—not unlike the house—with its close proximity to Hillcrest and CPS schools, College Avenue shops and restaurants, Rockridge BART, Lake Temescal, Montclair Village, and all the Bay Area has to offer. What a perfect place to call home!
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Oakland’s Upper Rockridge is tucked away above Broadway Terrace and boasts some of the city’s most luxurious homes. You’ll find older, Mediterranean-style estates, midcentury modern homes, contemporary houses and newer, custom showplaces. Terraced gardens, sustainable plantings, stunning views of the Bay and San Francisco skyline, and roads that follow the rolling hills all define this affluent Oakland community. There is no question why this is one of the Bay Area’s most desirable neighborhoods.
Upper Rockridge truly comprises the best of what Oakland has to offer but maintains its small, community feel. While still within walking distance to the boutiques and restaurants of Rockridge and the vitality of Berkeley’s College Avenue, there is an astonishing sense of privacy. Tree-lined streets with historical homes provide the setting for a commuter’s paradise. Upper Rockridge has a nearby BART station in Rockridge, which is the epicenter for commuting to Walnut Creek, San Francisco or Silicon Valley.
Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood consists of a nice mix of residential and commercial areas. It hosts a bevy of restaurants, specialty shops, and boutiques that continue to attract families, hipsters, college students, and young professionals.
Just south of Berkeley, the area is home to many families who enjoy the charming houses and tree-lined streets while still being close to its vibrant commercial district, and convenient transportation. There are relatively large homes built in the early 1900’s, as well as historic, small bungalows and cottages. Rockridge attracts many young families due to the award-winning schools. In 2012 Chabot Elementary School earned a state Academic Performance Index score of 952 out of 1,000. There are also several private school options nearby, including the Bentley School (K-12), Park Day School (K-8), and The College Preparatory School (high school).
Young professionals appreciate the proximity to BART and the energetic atmosphere. You can’t mention Rockridge without acknowledging Zachary’s Chicago Pizza, a true Oakland mainstay. The neighborhood is also home to many gourmet restaurants, bars and specialty shops such as Wood Tavern, Oliveto, and Market Hall.