Mid-Century Hacienda in the Oakland Hills Fetches $726 Per FootMay 11, 2016
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.
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and 10 Atlas Pl, also featured on SocketSite, just closed at $722/sq ft. MCM seems to be hot now, and the decision to list at $504/sq ft did not reduce interest. See “Remodeled Mid-Century Listed for $232K Less in the Berkeley Hills“
Wow this is a surprisingly great looking mid-century modern home. Lots of the examples I’ve seen have been relatively tacky.
Hate the pool.
Love the pool.
Ambivalent about the pool. Looks odd. No leaves. On the fence.
Arcing fountains. Love. The. Pool.
love the pool, party time.
What is with the weird assortment of ceiling lighting in the kitchen? And that exposed / unfinished fixture, what is that…. a disconnected fire alarm?
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.
simple photoshop. hire a designer!
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