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Barn-style Oakland home, featured in 1941 ‘Sunset Magazine,’ asks $725,000

So very knotty

Exterior of Oakland home.

Gracing the cover of a 1941 edition of Sunset Magazine, the handcrafted home at 2666 Camino Lenada is centered around a massive room with solid oak floors, knotty pine walls, exposed trusses, and more.

Featuring two beds, two baths, and 2,242 square feet, the circa 1936 house still features a large wood-burning fireplace, french doors, a wraparound deck, and an eat-in kitchen with another fireplace.

1941 cover of Sunset Magazine Sunset Magazine scan via realtor

The theme here is the aforementioned knotty pine. It can been almost everywhere, from the living room to the kitchen to the master bed. Also of note, the vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, and brickwork around the fireplaces.

The kitchen comes with what appears to be its original oven, give or take a few years, and that patio could use a creative landscaper or three.

Asking is $725,000.