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Renovated Temescal home asks $899,000

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Owners spent over $250,000 on upgrades 

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Kathleen Wilson, Red Oak Realty

Located in the prized yet housing-starved Temescal neighborhood of Oakland, this circa-1915 Craftsman has been revamped from the studs to the roof. And it’s definitely geared toward those with an eye on contemporary.

Coming in at three beds, one and a half baths, and 1,346 square feet, 415 45th Street features roughly $250,000 worth of renovations, including an upgraded attic space, seismic retrofitting, and new landscape.

The black fixtures in the master bath are a treat (something we hope to see more of with contemporary renovations), as is the new patio deck and yard.

Mercifully, the original stone fireplace remains intact. Asking is $899,000.