Alameda Real Estate

Alameda, California is known as both the "Island City" and "Mayberry by the Bay," two nicknames that speak to its small community feel. Separated from Oakland by a man-made tidal canal in 1902, this charming charter city is accessible only via tunnel, four drawbridges, or a 20 minute ferry ride across to San Francisco. Unsurprisingly, Alameda real estate exhibits much of the family-friendly character that comes of being squeezed between two much larger cities. Residents enjoy the beautiful beaches and quiet parks, bike-friendly streets, and great school districts that you'd expect of a small town, but Alameda also boasts of amenities that only a city provides. Whether looking for a single-family home, townhouse, or a beachfront condo, there are plenty of exciting opportunities for buyers to find a place in Alameda.

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Truly Exceptional Bayport Home With Lavish Upgr...

Photo of Listing #40773267

$1,330,000 Active

  • 4 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 0.09 Acres

Residential

2418 Mosley, Alameda, CA

MLS® #40773267

Truly Exceptional Bayport Home With Lavish Upgrades.this 2,805 Square Foot House Sits On A 3,863 Square Foot Lot And Features 4 Bedrooms + Den (den Are Can Be 5th Bedroom) And 3 Bathrooms Built In 2007 With 2 Cars Garage. It Has Carpet Thru Out The House, M...

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Alameda is home to a high number of beautiful Victorian homes, including many Queen Anne cottages, Colonial Revival residences, and Italianate homes built by esteemed architects Marcuse & Remmel in the late nineteenth century. With large porches and ornate designs, these heritage properties are among the most highly desired Alameda homes for sale, with values frequently exceeding $800,000. More of these homes survived in Alameda than anywhere else in the Bay Area after the earthquake of 1906, so they're not just California real estate, they're also a piece of Gold Coast history.

For as low as $400,000, though, potential residents unconcerned with the size of their dwelling can find homes and townhouses in a variety of styles, from cozy Spanish Revivals to Bungalows and Craftsman homes. Even smaller Alameda properties offer spacious layouts and are typically modernized. Since the architecture of Alameda is so varied, chances are that your home will be a unique feature of the neighborhood. If you like a home with character, then Alameda is right for you.

Amenities Near Alameda Homes For Sale

Historic downtown Alameda is dotted with distinctive buildings, like the postcard perfect Old Alameda Theatre on Central Avenue or the monumental Old Masonic Temple on Park Street. It's also home to exciting international cuisine, from Vietnamese pho to classic Lithuanian fare to delicious Burmese specialties. Nearby many Alameda homes for sale, there are terrific shopping opportunities for people who love local crafts, antiques, vintage clothing, and flowers.

A main attraction of Alameda is Memorial State Beach, where the locals gather to watch protected species at the Elsie Roemer Bird Sanctuary or rent sailboards to do a little kite surfing on the weekends. The perfect weather means that you'll find people relaxing or barbecuing on the beach year-round. Former Naval Station Alameda is also nearby and home to the USS Hornet, an aircraft carrier now functioning as a Navy and Apollo 11 museum, and is occasionally used for film and television production.

One of the advantages of living in Alameda is that both Oakland and San Francisco are near at hand. During the morning commute, Alameda residents working in San Francisco get to watch envious drivers stuck in traffic on the Bay Bridge while taking a short ferry ride to the Financial District. Driving to downtown Oakland is a short trip through the Posey Tube or up I-880.

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