$640,000 – Sold
1316 La Loma Ave
This adorable, intimate mid-century bungalow, built in 1954, sits across the road from La Loma Park (an almost hidden park so loved by dogs and children). It has been lovingly maintained and elegantly and thoughtfully updated with beautiful materials. The handsome fireplace, cathedral beamed ceiling and the beautiful random plank oak floors add warmth and feeling of space in the open-plan living/dining /kitchen area. The counter-tops in the kitchen and bathroom are Carrara marble and the back-splash in the kitchen and wall of the shower are a gorgeous green Heath tile. The cabinets are custom made vertical grain, black walnut – clean and simple. Wow! The kitchen has a wolf range and oven, a Miele dishwasher, a Liebherr fridge and a deep stainless steel sink, all sized to fit into this wonderful kitchen. Cabinets roll out on wheels to allow for access behind. A hidden dining table folds out easily when required. The bathroom feels generous for its size with a heated floor and luxurious shower and vanity. The remarkably efficient use of space makes the house feel bigger than it is without sacrificing any conveniences. “It feels very European”. Charm, charm, charm in a small package. It has a “peek of the Bay” view with Mount Tamalpais, a one car garage with lots of storage and a basement utility/laundry room. Some of the windows are dual pane as is the rear door.It is minutes from Tilden Park, walking distance to the U.C. campus, a stroll down to the Rose Garden and Codornices Park, via Rose Walk and close to the amenities of “Gourmet Ghetto”.