920 Neilson Street
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Situated on a sleepy residential street just off of Solano Avenue, 920 Neilson has been lovingly maintained and beautifully reimagined. Bordered in blooming lavender and dusty pink roses, a brick walkway culminates at a dove grey façade, opening to a cozy, three-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom family home. Stunning hardwood flooring runs the length of this 1,177-square foot charmer, connecting a fireplace-clad family room, sunny dining room with custom built-ins, and brilliant kitchen with Quartz countertops, subway tile, and stainless-steel appliances.
Beautifully blending turn-of-the-century touches with modern-day comforts, this sun-soaked abode offers a trio of generous bedrooms serviced by a tiled bathroom with oversized stall shower. Beyond a laundry alcove lies a back deck that opens outward to reveal a shady patch of lawn and detached garage. Minutes from coffee shops, grocers, and city-bound freeways, this commuter-friendly family home is both centrally located and wonderfully tucked away.
Thursday February 6th 9:30-12pm
Sunday February 9th 2-4:30pm
Sunday February 16th 2-4:30pm
Tuesday February 18th by 1pm
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Mark P. Choi, DRE# 01433100
Email: [email protected]
Residents of Albany enjoy convenient access to the Bay Bridge with a fraction of the population density found in San Francisco. Located just a few miles northwest of Berkeley, the real estate in Albany ranges from highrise, oceanview condos up to single family homes less than a mile from the Albany State Marine Reserve. Albany’s trifecta of entertainment, education, and access makes it one of the absolute best neighborhoods in the entire Bay Area. First, there is Solano Avenue, an amazingly well-kept Bay Area street with all the best amenities. If you’re an SF transplant, you’ll feel right at home eating at the award-winning Little Star Pizza. Additionally, Albany is home to one of the best school districts in the Bay Area. Lastly, Albany provides easy access to the rest of the Bay Area. Bordering Berkeley, you’ve got quick access to CAL, and a quick commute to SF via BART and the Transbay Bus. Best of all, you’re along the I-80 corridor, making this neighborhood more accessible to Lake Tahoe without any of the Bay Bridge Traffic and just a quick jaunt to Marin County over the Richmond Bridge. Interstate 80 and 580 run down the western border of Albany, which makes for an easy commute to and from Oakland, San Francisco, and several other Bay Area communities. Albany is in the perfect location for undergraduate and graduate students. UC Berkeley is less than three miles away and can be easily accessed with a short ride on Route 52. Business school students and professors can walk or ride to the El Cerrito Plaza BART Station and be at Wharton San Francisco in less than an hour. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the full slate of amenities offered at Albany Hill Park. Start your morning with a brisk hike through the eucalyptus tree-lined trail, and take in the occasional views of the San Francisco Bay. Or, jump on the Bay Trail and enjoy incredible SF views while walking or biking. If you’re looking for excellent food, drinks, and entertainment, Albany residents can find it all close to home.