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Adorable Piedmont Avenue neighborhood studio. Inside, you’ll discover an impressive free-flowing layout where warm white hues grace the interior to visually expand the space, creating a welcoming ambiance throughout. Newly installed, engineered wood floors cascade underfoot while recessed lighting overhead brightens up the space.
The kitchen is the ideal place for any home chef, highlighting the brand-new stainless-steel appliances, sleek granite countertops, adequate storage space for your cutlery, a breakfast bar, and a seating area for casual dining.
Retreat into the bedroom area showcasing glass doors to usher you out onto the sun-bathed patio, perfect for relaxing after a long day. Don’t miss the extra storage space here!
Additionally, the full bath consists of a glass-enclosed shower, single vanity, plus wide mirrored closets for clothing storage.
As an added perk, the community offers a fitness center, heated swimming pool, spa, and sauna.
Amazing location with convenient shopping at The Ridge shopping mall across the street. Enjoy shops and restaurants on nearby College Avenue, Piedmont Avenue, and Broadway.
Secure building with interior access from the gated garage which includes a designated parking space.
Easy access to highway 24, highway 13, Interstate 580, and the Rockridge BART Station.
Walk Score 93.
Make 288 Whitmore Street your new home and experience the comfortable and convenient lifestyle it offers.
Piedmont Avenue is a lively shopping district destination in Oakland. Stores on Piedmont Avenue range from the trendy to the traditional.
Cafes, restaurants with sidewalk dining, and boutiques. Neighborhood stalwart Fentons Creamery & Restaurant has been doing business on Piedmont Avenue for more than 50 years, offering its famous ice cream, burgers, and other savory treats . Bay Area institution Bay Wolf calls Piedmont Avenue its home, as does Dopo, Addesso, and Michelin-starred Commis. The Piedmont Theatre, the oldest movie house operating in Oakland, offers first-run and independent films.