It’s an extraordinary opportunity: Live in a World War II-era two-story attached home in the West End not far from Alameda Landing shopping and restaurants, the Webster Posey Tube, S.F. commuter ferry, and Spirits Alley for sumptuous craft beers and food.
Experience historic charm at this home built in 1940 for workers at the Alameda Bethlehem Shipyard during World War II.
When you walk through the front door you will see fresh paint, new light fixtures, wood floors, a coat closet and heating furnace. The kitchen includes a new, never-been-used stainless-steel gas range oven and refrigerator and linoleum floor.
Outside the back door is a patio area and upstairs there are two bedrooms with new light fixtures and door knobs as well as a newer full bathroom with a shower over tub.
Location: 1732 Main Street, Alameda
Overview: two bedrooms, one bathroom, 800 square feet
Listed at: $525,000
Open house: Saturday, March 18, and Sunday, March 19, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Listing agent: Guy Blume DRE #01766434 | Keller Williams Realty Guy@iLoveAlameda.com (510) 846-4687 www.iLoveAlameda.com
Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment