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Nestled in the Oakland hillside on a wide street with nearby trail access awaits your relaxing sanctuary overlooking treetops and some of the best views of the Bay Area. Originally constructed in 1959, 49 Castle Park Way has a quaint exterior painted in a modern deep blue and a curved driveway leading up to the two-car garage. A large wooden front door with a unique handle opens to reveal a semi-formal entryway accented by the grounding brick fireplace that works to subtly divide the space. This gives you a space to drop keys and shoes before continuing through to the home’s best feature. The main living space is dream-like with floor to ceiling windows perfectly framing the expansive views on all sides. Natural light floods the home throughout the day and sliding glass doors open to the deck which is large enough for both a dining area and an outdoor couch to lounge and enjoy the glorious vistas and sunsets. 

The living space flows right into an informal dining room and open-concept kitchen with bar seating. Rich wooden cabinetry, granite countertops and high-end appliances complete the kitchen. Another smaller living area sits adjacent to the kitchen with built-in shelves for books and media. Here, more sliding doors lead out to the side patio encouraging even more indoor-outdoor connection. The main living area has an ideal circular flow for modern living. 

Down a hall are the three bedrooms. Two are comfortably sized with unbeatable views. They share an elegant hall bath that has been recently redone with custom cabinetry, brass accents, designer tile, and a deep French soaking tub. The primary sits at the end of the hall with even more views, as well as a walk-in closet and ensuite. This bath has been remodeled and features more custom cabinetry, a dual vanity, beautiful Heath wall tile, and a glass-door shower. 

A wide staircase brings you downstairs to the family room. Equipped with plenty of built-in storage, a walk-in closet, and an ensuite bath this can be used as an expansive primary suite or flex space. Glass sliding doors lead out to a deck which connects via garden pathways to the upper-level deck and the charming gazebo. These paths continue around the home joining the multiple outdoor spaces.

Enjoy a feeling of wooden seclusion and float above the fog while enjoying easy access to all your favorite amenities.  Located just a few minutes up the hill, close to Montclair Village, Sunset Trail access, and 13 Freeway access, this home is not one to miss!

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Open Houses:

Sunday, August 7th, 2-4:30pm

Sunday, August 14th, 2-4:30pm


Broker's Tour:

Monday, August 8th, 11am-1pm


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49 Castle Park Way

Named for the poet of the High Sierras, the Joaquin Miller-Crestmont neighborhood is a tranquil, woodsy area in the heights of Oakland. Bordered by one of the only urban second-growth redwood groves in existence, miles of trails, and picnic grounds, the district offers plenty of activity for outdoor lovers. Homes include Mediterranean and traditional structures on large plots of land. 
Just minutes from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Joaquin Miller-Crestmont neighborhood offers a range of activities, many of which center on 500-acre Joaquin Miller Park. Inside the park, Sequoia Horse Arena offers trail rides, and goats graze the underbrush to help control the vegetation. A neighborhood community center can be rented for weddings, picnics, and local events. And as a plus for dog owners, the park is one of the few open-space areas that allow dogs off leash. Nearby Redwood Regional Park provides miles of hiking, running, and biking trails.
Chabot Space & Science Center straddles the top of the ridge at Skyline Boulevard, one of the premier science museums in the country, with a focus on astronomy and space exploration and a robust calendar of family-friendly events — including Slumber with the Stars overnight adventures, hikes, and dinner-and-a-movie Supper Club social events. The area offers sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, downtown Oakland, and the San Francisco skyline. Nearby is the Woodminster Amphitheater, a favorite place for East Bay families to take in shows year-round — including summer musical under the stars.