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Spanish-style bungalow in Oakland asks $469K

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Circa-1924 home comes with fruit trees and detached studio

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Michele Senitzer at Red Oak Realty

While Bay Area home prices have soared to inexplicable heights, the asking price for this downright adorable home in Oakland’s Havenscourt Homestead neighborhood will have you thinking it’s the aughts all over again.

Featuring two beds, one bath, and 1,155 square feet, 2207 Havenscourt Boulevard comes with updated kitchen and bath, new hardwood floors, gas fireplace, dining room, and breakfast nook.

The 1920s home still features its original archways. And the detached garage in the rear has been converted into a small office that could easily double as a guest bedroom. Also of note, the front yard has been updated with a Little Free Library outpost on the sidewalk. Smart.

A humble home at a modest price. Asking is $469,000.