2719 Calhoun Street

Alameda Ca, 94501

$1,250,000

Asking Price

3

Beds

2.0

Baths

1,776

SQFT

2719 Calhoun Street

Alameda Ca, 94501

$1,250,000

Asking Price

3

Beds

2.0

Baths

1,776

SQFT

Property Description

Gorgeous Mediterranean-style home located in highly desirable East End of Alameda. This beautiful split level 3bed/2ba + bonus room with a tasteful blend of old & new. Features a stunning spacious living room w/the large arched window & cozy fireplace. Open living concept. Updated kitchen w/quartz counters, backsplash & stainless steel appliances. Just off the kitchen is the perfect nook for an at-home office. There are 3 great sized bedrooms, incl main level master & 2 updated baths. You’ll be wowed by the original staircase featuring beautiful Mediterranean tiles & balcony providing a scenic overview of your lovely abode! Indoor/outdoor living is easily achieved w/surrounding patios to the side & backyard. Paradise awaits in the private backyard, pergola w/string lights, patio, deck, garden & storage. Detached studio can be a gym or guest room. Solar panels. Driveway parking. Great location- close to shopping, dining, top-rated schools, Alameda Beach & commute via ferry & i-880.

Listing Status Pending
Price $1,250,000
Beds/Baths 3/2
Square Feet 1,776
Year Built 1923
Lot SQFT 3,784
Parking Type Other
Parking Spots 1
Number of Floors 2
Property Type Detached

Features
Listing Status Pending
Price $1,250,000
Beds/Baths 3/2.0
Square Feet 1,776
Year Built 1923
Lot SQFT 3,784
Parking Type Other
Parking Spots 1
Number of Floors 2
Property Type Detached

Open Houses and Tours

No open houses are scheduled at this time

Property Documents

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Neighborhood Information

Alameda is a quaint island city emanating warmth and community from the first visit. Known for its beautiful shoreline, darling shopping districts, and well defined classic neighborhoods such as the Gold Coast and the East End, Alameda is also close to San Francisco and Oakland.

Alameda was originally a peninsula connected to Oakland. Much of it was low-lying and marshy. The higher ground nearby and adjacent parts of what is now downtown Oakland were the site of one of the largest coastal oak forests in the world. Spanish colonists called the area Encinal, meaning "forest of evergreen oak". Alameda is Spanish for "grove of poplar trees," or "tree-lined avenue." It was chosen as the name of the city in 1853 by popular vote.

The city was founded on June 6, 1853, after the United States acquired California following the Mexican-American War of 1848. The town originally contained three small settlements. "Alameda" referred to the village at Encinal and High streets, Hibbardsville was located at the North Shore ferry and shipping terminal, and Woodstock was on the west near the ferry piers of the South Pacific Coast Railroad and the Central Pacific. Eventually, the Central Pacific's ferry pier became the Alameda Mole, featuring transit connections among the San Francisco ferries, local trollies, and Southern Pacific (formerly Central Pacific) commuter lines. The first post office opened in 1854. The first school, Schermerhorn School, was opened in 1855 (and eventually was renamed as Lincoln School); Encinal School was opened in 1860 (and closed in 1980). The San Francisco and Alameda Railroad opened the Encinal station in 1864. The Encinal area was also known as Fasskings Station in honor of Frederick Louis Fassking. Encinal's own post office opened in 1876, was renamed West End in 1877, and closed in 1891. The West End area was originally called Bowman's Point in honor of Charles G. Bowman, an early United States settler. On September 6, 1869, the Alameda Terminal made history; it was the site of the arrival of the first train via the First Transcontinental Railroad to reach the shores of San Francisco Bay, thus achieving the first coast to coast transcontinental railroad in North America. The transcontinental terminus was switched to the Oakland Pier two months later, on November 8, 1869. The borders of Alameda were made coextensive with the island in 1872, incorporating Woodstock into Alameda. In his autobiography, writer Mark Twain described Alameda as "The Garden of California."

In the late 1950s, the Utah Construction Company began a landfill beyond the Old Sea Wall and created South Shore.

The 2010 United States Census reported that Alameda had a population of 73,812. (2015 census estimates place the population at 78,630)


City of Alameda

510 747-7400

BART

510-465-BART

Harbor Bay Ferry

Alameda/Oakland Ferry

AC Transit

Blue & Gold Ferry Service

511.org

Golden Gate Transit

415-923-2000

Jack London Water Taxi

510-839-7572

MUNI

415-673-6864

Alameda Power & Telecom

510-748-3901

PG&E

EBMUD

866-403-2683


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Alameda Real Estate Market Activity and Trends

Median Price

$1,045,818

$650,000
Lowest Priced

$1,740,000
Highest Priced

Avg $/SQFT

$667

$520
Lowest

$775
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Alameda Real Estate Market

Median Price

$1,045,818

$650,000
Lowest Priced

$1,740,000
Highest Priced

Avg $/SQFT

$667

$520
Lowest
$775
Highest

There are currently 11 properties for sale and Alameda. Real estate prices are between $650,000 and $1,740,000. The median price for homes that are currently for sale is $1,045,818. Homes are selling for about $667 per square foot. If you are serious about buying a home, we highly recommend setting up a market watch notification so you don't miss out.

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Rental Report

$3,988

Average
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$4,050

Median
rent

$2,800

Minimum
rent

$4,800

Maximum
rent

$3,617

25th
Percentile

$4,360

75th
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$550

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Trang Dunlap

Intero Real Estate Services

Experience and Dedication Working for Your Best Interest. Experience and Dedication Working for Your Best Interest. Trang has extensive experience in all areas of real estate services. She is in the top 1% of all san francisco bay area agents. Trang has sold over 550 homes, built her dream home, owns rental properties and is a top producer 15 years in a row.