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Rare condo inside Oakland’s Regillus asks $1.19 million

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Beaux-Arts stunner near Lake Merritt offers views of Oakland

Exterior of 1924 building, the Regillus. Photos by Christian Klugmann, courtesy of Climb Real Estate

Prance back to a different time—the 1920s, specifically—and inside the Regillus. Designed by noted architect Willis C. Lowe, the 39-luxury-condo building stands on the former site of August Schilling's mansion. A patch of land with some serious pedigree, indeed.

Located at 200 Lakeside Drive, the circa-1924 building has a rare offering this week: a renovated three-bed, two-bath, 1,759-square-foot gem. Situated on the top floor of the west wing and one of only three apartments on its floor, this pad features an English wood-burning fireplace, refinished vintage oak floors, picture wall panels, egg-and-dart crown molding, and more.

Being of the Beaux-Arts design, the condo boasts a rusticated stone band facade, a balconies, balustrades, and stone sculptural element.

Asking is $1,199,000.

Photo by Christian Klugmann, courtesy of Climb Real Estate