Listed for $2.4 million, the remodeled 4,065-square-foot ‘Mid-Century Hacienda’ in the Oakland Hills which we featured last month has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $2.95 million or roughly $726 per square foot.

The five-bedroom home sits on a 1.5-acre gated parcel at 5630 Bacon Road, with an idyllic outdoor kitchen and a rather fine pavilion with a pool and hot tub that open to the gardens and rear yard.

10 thoughts on “Mid-Century Hacienda in the Oakland Hills Fetches $726 Per Foot”
  1. Wow this is a surprisingly great looking mid-century modern home. Lots of the examples I’ve seen have been relatively tacky.

  2. What is with the weird assortment of ceiling lighting in the kitchen? And that exposed / unfinished fixture, what is that…. a disconnected fire alarm?

    1. Those bright, “large can lights” might actually be solatubes. My only explanation on the unfinished outlet box on the ceiling is that it was for a pendant over the table. They should at least cover it with a white plate.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *