466 Crescent St. Penthouse condo Oakland CA 94610

Penthouse condo 466 Crescent St. #403 near Oakland CA Grand Lake Neighborhood

466 Crescent St. Penthouse #403  |  $649,000

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466 Crescent St. 403 Penthouse Condo Grand Lake Oakalnd

466 Crescent St. Penthouse #403  |  $649,000

466 Crescent Street, Suite 403 is a spacious top floor unit, providing the ideal urban living experience.  Crescent Villas is a secure condominium community on a quiet street above Lake Merritt. This penthouse shares the top floor with only 2 other units, accessed with a special elevator key- offering privacy and safety in addition to sweeping views and modern comforts.  The building features 2 elevators, an underground parking garage, a swimming pool and outdoor courtyard.  A main lobby includes an atrium and library stocked with books and games.  The unit is mere steps away from the laundry facilities and elevator.

Located in the desirable Grand Lake District of Oakland, the area boasts a walking score of 87 and numerous bike lanes. Near exceptional dining and shopping options, including Safeway and Trader Joe’s. Mere blocks away from the landmark Grand Lake Theater, Lake Merritt and Oakland’s best weekly farmer’s market. A commuter’s dream, the central location provides access to the MacArthur Maze, AC Transit, MacArthur Bart and Silicon Valley commuter shuttles.

Lakeshore/Grand is an upscale neighborhood with a vibrant business district within walking distance. This tree-lined community extends from the northern tip of Lake Merritt through Oakland’s busiest commercial districts. The Lakeshore/Grand area also has a charming residential aspect, with well-maintained homes spreading across the rolling hills from the border of Piedmont at the north and Crocker Highlands/Trestle Glen to the east.

Wherever you live in Oakland, you’ll find yourself spending time in Lakeshore/Grand neighborhood. These two parallel streets are packed with people enjoying the cafes, clothing and bookstores, ethnic restaurants and one of the last independent theaters: the Grand Lake Theatre. This landmark movie house has a colorful art deco marquee that boasts first run movies as well as political statements from its owner. Parking can be a challenge on Saturdays when the rain-or-shine Farmer’s Market fills the plaza. Any day of the week, however, you can find artisanal coffees, fresh flowers and a diverse community enjoying the shopping and community of one of Oakland’s most vibrant neighborhoods.


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