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4035 Huntington is an ultra-charming Redwood Heights oasis, ideally located on a sweet cul-de-sac. Surrounded by attractive privacy fencing. Enter through the wisteria draped arbor, you will find delightful mature gardens -- an urban gardeners paradise. This lovely home features a fully updated kitchen and bath, as well as remarkable gardens, planted with a wide array of flowering plants and exotics, as well as fruit trees ranging from Granny Smith to kiwis. Located in an attractive neighborhood with trees and winding pretty streets. Excellent location near Laurel shops and restaurants, with quick freeway access for commuters. The inviting neighborhood has a rural feel yet it is minutes to urban amenities.
Redwood Heights emanates a strong sense of community and family. Many families move in and stay for generations. Popular Lincoln Square, which has remained relatively unchanged for the past 25 years. Recognized Redwood Heights Elementary School, is a top-performing school that has been educating the area's youth since 1949.
Redwood Heights homes consists of small but stylish 2-3 bedroom residences made desirable by their diverse architectural appeal. While the styles vary from contemporary to tradititonal, the one feature many of the homes share is stunning day and nighttime views of the sparkling San Francisco Bay. The neighborhood feels rural yet close to urban ammenities.
The community has an excellent Recreation Centerthat offers a varity of programs for tots to teens, activities available include gymnastics, guitar, karate, ballet, beading and cake decorating. Classes for adults include aerobics, ballet stretch, Tai Chi, yoga, karate, folk dance, and music. Avenue Terrace (AKA Jordan) Park is another popular recreation spot that offers swings, basketball hoops and a play structure.
Main strip: Macarthur Boulevard between 35th & High Street
Who dwells here: Residents looking for small locally owned businesses
Neighborhood giant: Laurel Street Fair
Where to mingle with locals: Sequioa Dinner
Walk through the Laurel arch and into a bustling neighborhood filled with shopping, events and annual street festivals.
At one time MacArthur Boulevard was U.S. Highway 50. So as you explore Laurel, you may notice many neon signs that date back to that time period, when MacArthur was Oakland’s major thoroughfare.
From 1-580 E, take 35th Ave exit, turn left of 35th and right on Macarthur Blvd.
From 1-580 W, exit at MacArthur Blvd/High Street, and continue on Macarthur Blvd.
Bart stop: Fruitvale Station is the closest stop, however, you’ll have to take another bus to reach the neighborhood (see actransit.org)
Bus lines: 54, 14, 805, NL, NX, NX2, NXC, 57