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1624 Seaborn Court
Modern convenience, elegance, and an open flow has morphed from this home’s original 1940’s Traditional. While the street side charms you with its romantic 1940’s split-level architecture, the inside surprises you and beckons you to explore.
A traditional living room welcomes you in, with a cozy fireplace, hardwood floors, built-ins, and an expansive of windows overlooking Seaborn Court. A formal dining room opens to the renovated, modern kitchen, with granite counters and warm cherry cabinetry.
Downstairs, the family room features sliding glass doors to the landscaped, private back patio—a horticulturalist’s delight—including a rare avocado tree, established pineapple guavas, ferns, elder, dogwood, and more. What a fabulous flow of indoor/outdoor California living! Adjacent to the family room, you’ll also find a spacious new mudroom/laundry room and a full, spectacular bathroom.
Upstairs, on their own floor, you’ll find two bedrooms (one with abundant attic storage) and another full, newly-renovated bathroom.
Keep exploring: There are also thoughtful, energy-efficient upgrades throughout the home, including dual-pane windows and copper piping, a tankless water heater, new heating and air-conditioning units (yes, air conditioning!), and a washer and dryer in the new laundry/mudroom. Truly… move-in ready.
Seaborn Court is a quiet, private cul-de-sac one block off of Grand and Lincoln Avenues in Central Alameda, revered by those who live there. Its sought-after location exudes charm and convenience—not unlike the house—with its close proximity to parks and beaches, shops, restaurants, transit hubs and freeways, and all the Bay Area has to offer.
What a perfect place to call home!
Alameda began as a peninsula just south of Oakland and is now an East Bay island with a laid-back feeling all its own. You will find a variety of homes and condos for sale in Alameda from cozy apartments and spacious single-family homes to gorgeous estates with croon-worthy original details intact. With more than 10,000 buildings constructed before 1930, there is a rich and varied architectural heritage in our neighborhoods. Historic Queen Anne's, ornately decorated Victorian's, and California Craftsman's are some of the most desirable homes here along our tree-lined streets. It's no wonder the speed limits are so slow!
On its own little island, the city has a well-known, laid-back vibe. With only 80,000 residents, Alameda's population density is less than half of San Francisco's, and similar to the density found in Oakland.
Ready to explore the area? Alameda is incredibly walkable. When locals want to take in the various shopping, landmarks, museums, and dining, they usually head to Park Street. Start your day with a visit to the Alameda Museum. Since 1948, the museum has preserved the rich history of this unique island city and offers both locals and tourists an opportunity to learn more about the great island of Alameda. After a day at the museum, there's plenty of great food around, from independent coffee/pastry shops (Crispins; best ginger cookie around!), to the Alameda Marketplace (butcher, baker, candlestick maker here), with both casual and fine dining nearby.
Civic pride runs high in Alameda, and many of the city’s older buildings have been fully restored or repurposed. The Alameda Theater on Park Street was restored to its art deco glory, while the Alameda Free Library was transformed from the Carnegie Library into a multimillion-dollar showplace that earned a Silver LEED certification. Love the outdoors? Alameda is also a great place for outdoor activities, with its many parks, public shorelines, and designated slow streets. Head to Crown State Beach for wind-surfing or just taking a morning run along the water's edge.
Alameda humbly boasts a vibrant atmosphere with plenty of festivals and activities to enjoy. Their 4th of July Parade is one of Alameda's trademark events, and features horse-drawn carriages; it truly embodies the small-town feel of Alameda. Other popular events and festivals (that we hope reopen again soon!) in Downtown include a Spring Festival in May and a Classic Car Show in October.
No matter the time of year, there is always something fun happening in Alameda.