This lovingly maintained, prized Bayport home is a famed Plan 9 style with 4 bedrooms plus a den, 3 full bathrooms, and many options and upgrades from the original architect. This home features an enclosed patio space perfect for grilling and entertaining.
On the first floor, the formal foyer opens up to spectacular vaulted ceilings, the formal living/dining rooms, and the chef’s kitchen with access to the yard and attached garage. The family room is located just off of everyone’s favorite room to hang out in: the kitchen. With a wood-burning fireplace, Brazilian cherry wood floors, and a view of the backyard, it has plenty of space for guests to keep you company while you prepare a meal on a Thermador stove, in the double ovens, or fresh from the double-door refrigerator. Make your all of your gourmet-cooking dreams come true with Caesarstone counters (and backsplash) and modern maple glass cabinets in this exquisite eat-in kitchen. Also on this level is a spacious master bedroom that would make a convenient guest room.
Just beyond the staircase you will find a converted loft space that has potential to be used as a guest room, office, or playroom. Adjacent to that room are two more bedrooms, a second full bathroom, and a laundry room complete with shelves and a sink. On the right side of the stairs is a grand master suite with a full bathroom and walk-in closet. The master bathroom features double sinks, a soaking tub, a separate shower stall, and gorgeous marble finishes with lots of natural light.
The home is completed with a slate backyard with a patio and an attached 2-car garage with an electric charging station for both vehicles; one is rated for Teslas at 40 amps and one is a Level 2 240-volt charger for smaller-battery cars.
This grand residence’s location is an oasis for anyone who desires a plethora of lifestyle options and amenities within easy reach. Bayport is close to Alameda landing shops and restaurants; Bayport Park; Ruby Bridges Elementary School; the College of Alameda; Marina Village Shopping Center; the Webster/Posey Tunnel to downtown Oakland; and the Alameda ferry.