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Harbor Bay Isle Updated Duet Near the SF Bay Shoreline + Top Schools
Built in 1986 in sought-after Harbor Bay Isle's Brittany Landing, this beautifully updated contemporary duet is just steps to the SF Bay and stunning water and San Francisco skyline views from the SF Trail that hugs the shoreline. An upper story corner unit, this turnkey home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sophisticated living room/dining room combination, a spacious kitchen and an attached 1-car garage plus a deeded parking space.
Characterized by a contemporary floor plan with large, sunlit rooms and dramatic cathedral ceilings, the home is mostly on one level. The open living room/dining room above the main entrance features abundant natural light, a wood-burning fireplace, a cathedral ceiling and an elegant engineered hardwood floor that continues into the kitchen and adjacent bedroom. The spacious kitchen is situated across from the living/dining room, and has been attractively updated with quartz counters, translucent glass subway tiles, stainless steel appliances, a tray ceiling and enough cabinet storage for even the most dedicated cook!
The home's expansive primary bedroom suite provides a luxurious retreat, and offers newer carpeting, two closets, a cathedral ceiling and a private balcony ideal for a morning cup of coffee while enjoying Harbor Bay Isle's exceptional coastal weather. An ensuite divided bathroom has a dual vanity and a shower/soaking tub combination. A second spacious bedroom is situated next to a full bathroom with a tub/shower combination, and has plenty of natural light, recessed lighting and attractive neutral carpeting. A versatile front bedroom can be closed off for privacy with stylish new barn doors, and can easily double as a home office or guest room.
30 Shepardson Lane offers a sophisticated, contemporary home near the fabulous community pool and spa, parks and greenbelts and the Harbor Bay Club, and is just a three-minute drive to highly ranked Earhart Elementary and Lincoln Middle schools. Close to the Corica Park Golf complex and the Oakland A's RingCentral Coliseum, the location offers easy access to the SF Ferry Terminal, Oakland Airport, South Shore Center and Harbor Bay Landing shopping. Enjoy the best that Alameda has to offer from this exceptional, move-in-ready home!
Brittany Landing HOA
Built in 1986
1,534 SF (per public records)
Living/dining room combination
1-Car attached garage + reserved parking spot
Hardwood floors + bedroom carpeting
Sliding barn doors by Rustica
HOA heated pool + spa
HOA monthly dues: $706
Lagoon walking/biking path
Close to Earhart Elementary School, Harbor Bay Club, parks, SF Shoreline Trail
Easy access to Lincoln Middle School, SF Ferry, S. Shore Center, Harbor Bay Landing shopping
*HOA dues include:
Exterior maintenance, community pool, gated entry/keyless access, community greenbelts and lagoon maintenance, hazard insurance, management fees, Harbor Bay community security and reserves
Saturday 8/6 2:00-4:30pm & Sunday 8/7 2:00-4:30pm
8/9 10:00am - 12:00pm
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Michael Lane
Contact Jake Coyne
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