Can you really buy a 2 bedroom condo in Oakland for under $550,000? Yes!

hello east bay!

Can you really buy a 2 bedroom condo in Oakland for under $550,000?  Yes, you can, and it is in a simply-sweet gated community located at the top of a tree-lined hill.  Tell me more!

86 Anair Way is a serene and tranquil 2 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath townhome located in a hidden community close to the Oakland Zoo and overlooking the East Bay Hills.  Upon entry you will be greeted by the sunlight as it flows through the vaulted ceilings in the great room.  Light the fireplace and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea from the dining room table as you watch the sunrise over the hillside.  In the afternoon step outside onto the patio with a good book, or your laptop and do some work.  In-unit laundry, fantastic closet space (including one walk-in closet), 1-car garage + 1-car carport are also included.

BUT…let me talk about the community!  This complex is incredibly well-maintained with a friendly neighborhood watch and healthy HOA, plus a private park where you can enjoy unfiltered panoramic views of the SF + Oakland skylines, Mt. Tam + the bay, and the Santa Cruz mountains.  Simply stunning!

AND THEN…the neighborhood!  This location is centrally located to everything that makes the bay an incredible place to live.  Both Kaiser Oakland + Kaiser San Leandro are within a 15-20 minute drive.  SF + the Silicon Valley are easily accessible over the bridge, and UC Berkeley and Walnut Creek are not far.  San Leandro is a hop, skip + a jump away.  Grab some coffee from Zocalo Coffeehouse, stop by Roosevelt Park, or head to San Leandro BART, all in less than 10 minutes.  Do you love to the outdoors?  Chabot Regional Park and Leona Open Space are within a 10 minute drive or go for a swim at Trefethen Aquatic Center near Mills College.  Foodies will love the close proximity to local Farmer’s Markets and downtown Oakland restaurants.

coffee + games @ zocalo

beer, beer + more beer!


Stop by one of our scheduled open houses and see see why 86 Anair Way in Oakland would be a good move.

And your 4-legged companions will love it too.