• $1,025,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 1,852 SqFt
  • MLS# 40791821


It is not every day that great opportunities come along in the frenetic world of real estate in the East Bay, but with 3204 HELEN STREET we have a stunning 3 bedroom and 2.5 bath single-family home that was expertly built to exacting standards and beautifully crafted.

Nestled privately off Helen Street, a short well landscaped walkway takes you from your off-street parking to the front door with its front garden and lovely fountain.

A semi-formal entry leads to the kitchen with its stunning details and fixtures. The island and counter tops are white quartz which add to the modern feel throughout, as does the blue penny tile behind the stove. In the middle of the great room is the dining area which in turn takes you to the living area with its inviting fire place surrounded by a custom walnut and tile bookshelf. It’s a delightful space made extra special due to the garden that lies beyond. With the sliders open on warm nights it feels like the whole room doubles in size. On the back wall is a terrific mural by artist Mike Morales adding an extra modern flare. 

Up the stairs we come to the middle two bedrooms. They each have copious closets and share a fabulous bath with twin vanities and a shower tub. Finally, it’s up to the secluded master suite. The master bedroom has lovely west facing light, two closets and a superbly detailed master bath. But the real joy here is the private roof deck that’s perfect for the morning coffee or evening cocktail.

3204 Helen is located in the center of Dogtown: one of the most diverse, fun and non-conformist communities of Oakland. Here’s a chance for the discerning buyer to have a one of a kind home in the center of one of the most exciting places in the Bay Area.


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