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1695 15th Street #15 | Oakland

THIS PROPERTY HAS BEEN SOLD

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MLS#
40478368
Price
$242,000
Type
Condo
Bedrooms
1
Bathrooms
1
Partial Baths
1
Sq. Ft.
1,031
Age
3 years
HOA Dues
$227/mo
Pool
N
Garage
Y
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Date Sold
Oct 28th, 2010
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DESCRIPTION:

Split-level live/work loft with additional sleeping mezzanine at the Willow Court Lofts. Concrete floors, soaring ceilings, exposed beams, modern kitchen and tiled bathroom. All new interiors & systems installed with the conversion in 2007 + 2010 improvements. True artist loft.


Updated On: October, 18 2021
 
CONTACT
 



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Andy Read
510.594.2400 x222
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
FEATURES:
-True live/work lofts
-Polished concrete flooring
-Exposed beams
-Stainless steel appliances
-Granite countertops
-Soaring ceilings
-Softwood flooring
-Ceiling fans in some units
-Roll-up doors in some units
-Conveniently located near freeways, West Oakland BART and downtown Oakland ~ be in SF in 15 minutes!

Please contact Jeanine 925-200-3857 for more info!

The Willow Court Lofts, located at 1695 15th Street, is an 18-unit loft building located in burgeoning West Oakland. The project, designed by Oakland loft pioneer Thomas Dolan Architecture, features a wide variety of 2-3 story floorplans built around two central courtyards. The project was converted from an existing warehouse and no unit has a residence located above it. These are true live/work lofts designed for creative functionality with concrete and softwood flooring, some units even feature their own roll-up doors. The Willow Court Lofts are conveniently located just .8 miles to West Oakland BART which is just one stop away from San Francisco, 1.7 miles to Jack London Square, the SF Bay Ferry Terminal and the forthcoming Jack London Market, 1.9 miles to the Bay Bridge toll booth, 2.0 miles to Oakland's Fox Theater which recently underwent the largest historic theater renovation in the history of the United States, and just 7.0 miles to San Francisco.