This charming California bungalow currently functions as two separate units. The Downstairs 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom unit features a large living room, fireplace, updated kitchen, and laminate hardwood floors throughout. This unit also has its own laundry room with both a washer & dryer. The upstairs 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom unit also boasts an updated kitchen and bathroom with recently installed laminate hardwood floors throughout. There is an internal staircase connecting the up and downstairs unit that is currently closed off, but could be reopened.

The garage has been converted into a 282 square-foot studio with a kitchenette and bathroom. The converted garage is currently vacant. This home is perfect for a homeowner who wants to supplement their income, convert the home into one large single family home or invest in a cash-flow positive asset.


Features Include:

  • Built in 1925
  • Downstairs: 2 bedrooms, 1 bath
    • Living area: 993 sq. ft.*
    • Large kitchen
    • Laundry room w/ washer and dryer
    • Newer furnace and thermostat (2017)
  • Upstairs: 2 bedrooms, 1 bath
    • Living area: 559 sq. ft.*
    • New flooring upstairs (2017)
  • Converted garage with 1 bath
    • 282 sq. ft.*
    • Kitchenette w/ refridgerator
    • Bathroom w/ stall shower
  • Lot square footage: 2,916**
  • Off-street parking
  • Conveniently located near BART, Mills College, and Concordia Park

* Approximate square footage per appraiser's measumrent. **Approcimate square footage per tax record.


The Seminary neighborhood is named for its proximity to Mills College. The main street running through the neighborhood, today's Seminary Avenue, was the main route from the bayshore to the college, which was known at the time as "The Young Ladies' Seminary"

It is also right next to Maxwell Park, a quiet, friendly neighborhood of small winding streets nestled in the leafy Oakland foothills above High Street and west of Mills College. Cited by the San Francisco Chronicle as a place where home values recently doubled nearly overnight at the height of the real estate boom, Maxwell Park's real estate continues to be a popular place to live the bucolic bungalow lifestyle.

Maxwell Park, originated by namesake and developer John P. Maxwell, began to grow in the early 1920s. The '30s and '40s saw a majority of development, with a leaning toward modest 2-3 bedroom residences in various styles including Spanish, English Tudor and traditional homes. Many of the Craftsman bungalows boast the similar charming details of homes found in Oakland, Berkeley and Albany.

The neighborhood uniquely benefits from its proximity to the adjacent 135 wooded acres of Mills College. This historic women's college established in 1852 is not just picturesque, it offers many cultural opportunities to the public including concerts and art exhibitions. In keeping with its initial mission of training teachers, the Mills campus also contains a children's school, preschool, and summer camp. Although a private institution, admission is open to the public.

Maxwell Park is roughly bordered by Interstate 580 on the east, Brookdale Avenue to the west, Monticello to the north and 55th Avenue to the south. Residents here can do their shopping in nearby Laurel DistrictSan LeandroMontclair or the Grand Lake area.


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The Lederer Team

Realtor® - Real Estate AdvisorsUnique Integrated Approach to Real EstateRed Oak RealtyDRE# 01345197, 01325947, 01954708, 01975537,

Derrick Tyler

Lederer Team MemberRed Oak RealtyDRE# 1954708415.310.7453 office

MLS: 40885639