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Inspired and truly extraordinary, this stunning 3BDRM/3.5BTH Stucco Traditional is one in a million. Remodeled from the studs up by the current owner, every clever and thoughtful detail is seamlessly orchestrated throughout. Perfect for entertaining large groups or for enjoying more intimate gatherings with family & friends, this exquisite treasure has it all, including formal living & dining rooms, spa-like bathrooms, custom kitchen, beautiful built-ins, luxurious guest quarters down, landscaped gardens with stone patios & gas fire pit, detached shingled storage shed, and a stellar location. Close to Lakeshore Avenue shops, eateries, the Grand Lake Theater, Lake Merrit, and the Saturday Farmers' Market, this lovely home offers urban living at its finest.
The residential Lakeshore-Upper Grand neighborhood, cultivated by famed landscape architects Olmsted Brothers, is a sculpted terrain of winding streets following the natural contours of the land. Homes date back to the 1920s and ‘30s, some designed by notable Bay Area architects like Julia Morgan, Maybeck & White, and Charles McCall. Today, the neighborhood retains its period flavor, with large, romantic homes in the Italian Renaissance, Tudor, Spanish, Monterey, French provincial, and Colonial styles.
Lakeshore-Upper Grand is close to the Lakeshore and Grand Avenue shopping districts. Bardo is a neighborhood lounge and restaurant inspired by the comfort and camaraderie of a mid-century dinner party, Arizmendi Bakery offers pastries and lunch dishes, and Lin Jia Asian Kitchen features Chinese and Asian Fusion selections. Shops like Urban Indigo and Silver Moon Kids entice visitors with eclectic items for all ages.