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200 Second St, built in 2006 is a handsome building of exceptional quality, designed by acclaimed Bay Area architect David Baker, who is nationally recognized and known for creating exciting and practical contemporary urban housing with lasting character. 200 2nd St is a very high security, elevator building with a double security front entry and video security system, secure garage, dedicated parking space and a secure storage unit. This is a smoke-free building and is handicap accessable.
200 2nd St is extremely well maintained and managed with healthy reserves. The seller has never had a special accessment in her 13 years living in the property.
Unit 315 is a rare 1,525 square foot, 3 bedroom 2.5 bath, light-filled end unit with a balcony, high ceilings, and an exceptionally gracious and livable floorplan. This unit was originally a model home and contains stunning upgraded finishes throughout which include beautiful, exotic Doussie hardwood floors, honed absolute black granite kitchen counter tops and Studio Becker kitchen cabinetry with stainless steel applicances. The unit is fully sprinklered and the triple paned windows and sliding doors provide excellent acoustic and energy performance. You will also find beautiful custom closet systems, in-unit Miele laundry and 100% pure wool, chemical-free carpet in all bedrooms.
The seller has maintained this unit in pristine condition, and it is truly move in-ready.
The walkability factor here is fantastic. Many excellent restaurants, wine bars, brew pubs, the Oakland estuary waterfront and entertainment are just a few blocks away. Access to every mode of transportation is close by; ferry to SF, AC transit, Bart, highway access and Oakland International Airport are excellent.
For an even MORE turnkey option, all of the sellers beautiful furnishings - of *exceptional quality*, and artwork are available for sale with the unit. The seller is a very well respected interior designer who has received numerous awards over her long and distinguished career in Europe, San Francisco and the Wine Country.
Jack London Square is a great place to take in Oakland’s waterfront. From here, you can see the cranes at one of the busiest ports in the country; take a water taxi to Alameda; or ride a ferry to San Francisco’s Ferry Building, Pier 41, AT&T Park, and Angel Island. Many of the old warehouses and former factories in this neighborhood have been converted to loft living. Queen Anne Victorians and contemporary condominiums provide potential homeowners with numerous housing options.
Jack London Square is blocks from downtown Oakland and two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) lines, close to Interstates 880 and 980, and home to an Amtrak station. It is also the hub of a thriving commercial business and retail district. There’s a farmers market on Sundays and special events like the yearly Eat Real Festival. Hotels, bars, restaurants, and office space all have a place along this urban waterfront development. The place to catch the best jazz in the world is at Yoshi’s, a restaurant and nightclub.