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Welcome to this incredibly delightful Assumption Parish home. Situated on a large corner lot, this home has tremendous curb appeal. As you approach the front door, the fall foliage rises up to greet you with its hues of amber and crimson. Upon entry, you will be intrigued by the two large picture windows facing the back yard on the opposite side. These windows welcome natural light and because there is a glass door that sits between them, there is almost a feeling of the outdoors inside. There is a cozy fireplace in the living room where you can easily curl up with a good book and peer out into the yard. The gleaming hardwood floors offer a feeling of natural warmth. The updated kitchen boasts a good amount of space for any cook and a charming breakfast nook offers room for dining less formally.
There are two bedrooms and an updated bathroom with both a shower and a tub. There is a 2 car garage and a large yard complete with vegetable beds.
Everything you need is within approximately a mile of this location such as BART, great restaurants, shops, specialty markets, the main library, a post office, cafes, coffee, beer & tacos. Check out Lake Chabot for hiking, boating & fishing, as well as the San Leandro Marina for lovely outings along the water.
San Leandro is a small city just south of Oakland. Its east side stretches up into the hills of the East Bay Regional Park District. The west side is flatter and has the advantage of the San Francisco Bay shoreline, public golf course, and marina. Homes for sale in San Leandro can be traced through the decades -- from the 1910s to the present day. A wide variety of architectural styles is found in north San Leandro. Dramatic, hillside contemporary homes, many of which feature expansive bay and canyon views, are the hallmark of the Bayo Vista neighborhood. Charming, older homes sit along the winding streets of the Estudillo Estates and Broadmoor Districts. Most of the city's ranch-style homes lie towards the Marina, along with some newer, custom-home developments. San Leandro is proud of its small-town feel and boasts a Wednesday farmers' markets, several annual festivals, and an increasing number of locally owned restaurants and coffee houses. San Leandro’s commute options are excellent: it has its own Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station, transbay buses, and easy access to Interstate 880 and Interstate 580 for trips to the Silicon Valley or San Francisco.