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The layout is ideal for easy day-to-day living. Windows and skylights bathe the home in natural light while the striking hardwood floors throughout beautifully warm the space.

Off the formal entry to the right, there is a spacious bonus room with built-in cabinetry and a window seat overlooking the front garden. Perfect for a den, Family Room, Guest Room, or office. To the left of the entry is the Formal Living Room which includes a fireplace with beautiful surround and mantlepiece. The Living Room opens to the Dining Room with skylights, which is conveniently just off the updated kitchen which boasts ample, striking cabinetry, stone counters and backsplash and stainless-steel appliances. French doors between the Living and Dining Rooms welcome you to the home’s private patio and garden. A half bath completes the main level.



All three bedrooms and two full bathrooms are on the Upper Level, including a spacious Primary Suite with dramatic vaulted ceilings, built-in shelves flanking custom window seat. The updated bathroom has two closets, a shower over tub and stone counters.  The additional two bedrooms also have vaulted ceilings and share a tasteful full bathroom just outside the main hall.  A laundry closet with full washer and dryer conveniently round out the Upper Level.   



The backyard is an unexpected delight! Conveniently accessed right off the kitchen through classic French doors, is a welcoming oasis with handsome brick patio bordered by mature trees, plants, and lemon tree. It is a perfect refuse relaxing, gardening or entertaining..


There is an attached one-car garage with interior access to the home along with a driveway that lends to additional off-street parking.

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43 Montell Street

The Piedmont Avenue neighborhood is a highly desirable residential and commercial district in the North Oakland region. It is named for Piedmont Avenue, a commercial street known for numerous dining and retail amenities. The neighborhood is roughly bounded by Temescal and Broadway on the west, Oakland Avenue and the City of Piedmont (a separate municipality) on the east, the Mountain View Cemetery on the north, and the MacArthur Freeway section of Interstate 580 on the south.

The Piedmont Avenue neighborhood was founded in the late 1800s. It developed after Mountain View Cemetery opened in 1863, bringing visitors and public transportation. The area was annexed into Oakland in 1897.

Set on 226-acres, Mountain View Cemetery, was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted who also designed New York’s Central Park. Due to high interest in the cemetery, docents lead tours on certain days of the month. Famous burials include Julia Morgan, Samuel Merritt, and Elizabeth Short (known as the Black Dahlia, a victim of an unsolved murder in 1947).

It is also known for Millionaire's Row, a section high on the hill lined with the ornate mausoleums of wealthy families, including those of Domingo GhirardelliHenry J. Kaiser, and Charles Crocker. Architect Julia Morgan, who designed the nearby Chapel of the Chimes, is also buried there.

Chapel of the Chimes hosts a series called Jazz at the Chimes, where Bay Area musicians play in the designated landmark. Attendees can tour the historic chapel and cloisters pre and post-show.


Near the center of the Piedmont Avenue commercial strip, at 4021 Piedmont Ave. is another Julia Morgan-designed building, originally built as the Fred C. Turner Stores. This 1916 red brick building currently hosts both restaurants and retail.

Next door, at 4037 Piedmont Ave., is the location of the original Longs Drugs store, which opened in 1938. The building currently hosts a Posh Bagel.

Piedmont Avenue also has "the Bay Area's Book Row," with multiple independent bookstores concentrated within a six-block radius; the Piedmont Theatre, which is the oldest still-operating theater in Oakland (built in 1917); and the 1893 ice cream parlor Fentons Creamery, which was featured in Pixar's 2009 movie Up.

At 4063 Piedmont Avenue (at 41st Street) are the Key Route Plaza and what is left of the Key System's C-line station, which was built in 1939. The former station is an angular building with a clock tower, which was restored by a group led by neighborhood activist Michael Lydon. The Key System ran their C Line streetcar down Piedmont between 41st Street and Grove Avenue, with passenger operations running between 1924 and 1958.


Kaiser Permanente's flagship hospital campus is located in the southern part of the neighborhood. Nearby is Oak Glen Park, which contains an open-air section of Glen Echo Creek.

Neighborhood schools include Piedmont Elementary School of the Oakland Unified School District (which also hosts the Piedmont Avenue Branch of the Oakland Public Library) and St. Leo the Great Catholic School.  St. Leo the Great Church is across the street from the school.