2666 Camino Lenada Street, Oakland
Built in 1936, this custom built home has only had two owners. Originally built by the Wilson Turner Family, the property was featured on the cover of Sunset Magazine in November, 1941. The home is quietly set off the street with a meandering front yard and detached 2-car garage.
The home centers around the massive great room with solid oak floors, knotty pine walls, 20 foot ceilings, exposed trusses, original windows and a massive wood burning fireplace. French doors lead to a wraparound deck made of ironwood off the living room and there is another generous deck off the eat in kitchen for outdoor dining. The spacious dining room connects to the true eat-in kitchen with its own fireplace.
Two large bedrooms are located on the upper level with 1.5 bathrooms and access to the rear yard from the master bedroom. The moderately sloped rear yard is studded with mature trees.
1 full and 2 half bathrooms
2,242 square feet (per public records)
9,779 square foot lot
Built in 1936
This property is just a half mile from the Warren Freeway, Transbay Bus Line V (pick up at Mountain @ Park) and is walking distance to elementary & middle schools, parks and Montclair Village. Montclair Village is known for its year-round Sunday farmer’s market and assortment of restaurants & boutiques.
- Tall ceilings with accent lights
- Solid oak hardwood floors
- Knotty pine interior walls
- 2 brick fireplaces
- Large lot with front and rear yards
- Laundry area with hook-ups off kitchen
- Full height basement for storage, office or expansion
- Original period details
- Detached 2-car garage