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Opportunity! Live, work, rental, possible ADU


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Live, work, rental, possible ADU-all on a huge lot approx. 10,384 (twice the size of most Alameda lots). This classic, 1932 Tudor-Style home is set back from the street with a long driveway to the rear carports, 2-Car garage, RV parking & more. The home and studio are approx. 2576 sf. Used as a dental office for 25+ years, the existing layout has 4BR’s, (2) half baths, a downstairs workroom, & a large attic, w/ a separate rental studio to offset your mortgage.

The rental studio has a separate entrance and separate utilities with a modern kitchen that is spacious and well-laid out. It has a skylight, Shaker-style cabinets, stone counters, stainless appliances, a washer, and a dryer. Enjoy the remodeled bathroom that has a wood vanity, marble countertop, and a shower over a tub. 

The traditional formal living room has vaulted ceilings, original ornate fireplace surround, mahogany doors & trim, large picture window, & hardwood floors. A lattice-covered redwood deck off the upper bedrooms extends across the rear of the home and leads to a lovely backyard with oak trees, roses, & jasmine. An application has been submitted to the city to reconfigure the home to a 3BR/3.5BA home with 2 primary suites, a gorgeous, open kitchen + a new ADU. Make this one your dream home!

Additional Features

  • Built in 1932
  • Lot size: 10,384 sf
  • Main Building: 2249 sf 
  • Studio apartment 327 sf
  • 2 Car garage
  • 2 Car carport
  • Living Room with vaulted ceilings, Mahogany doors, window casings and baseboards
  • Bedrooms with coved ceilings
  • Large Redwood Deck with lattice overhead
  • Workroom at ground level with built-in cabinetry
  • Utility Room
  • Main house has dual pane windows with metal exteriors/Mahogany interiors.
  • Large, easily accessible storage attic.
  • Owner retained a few of the charming vintage windows.
  • Rental unit has dual pane windows


  • Separate gas and electric for main house and rental unit
  • 400-amp electric for main home and 200-amp electric for rental unit
  • Gas furnace and air conditioner serve main level and top floor of house
  • Supplemental heat and AC in attic serve top floor of main house
  • Gas heat and air conditioner serve rental unit
  • Wi-fi digital flowmeter to monitor sprinkling system
  • Electric shut off to water at main house
  • Alarm system
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Dianna Wyman

Bayside Real Estate

Owner / Sales Agent

DRE# 01007162

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