Single Family Home

5852 Occidental Street, Oakland

Sale Price$1,500,000
List Price: $1,395,000
  • 2,379 Square Ft
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Level yard
  • Off-street parking
  • Open Floor Plan
  • Patio
  • Updated bath(s)

Strikingly renovated and remodeled, 5852 Occidental is a 5BD/4BA, 2379 sq ft Colonial Revival with a 3BD/3BA main home and a 2BD/1BA ADU with that might serve as in-law/guest quarters. In the main home, the open, modern interior is enhanced by vintage features including high ceilings, crown molding, a front-facing bay window, and gleaming hardwood floors.

On the main level, the living room is framed by a sunny bay window and open to the large, light-filled dining room with floating cabinets. The open kitchen has been remodeled with stone counters, 5-burner gas range, vintage-style cabinets reaching to the ceiling, and a breakfast bar for quick meals. Two bedrooms feature generous closets, and each enjoys an adjacent bath, beautifully remodeled with glass tile accents. On the lower level, the private and luxurious primary suite includes access to a small patio, and the adjoining bath features a vanity with dual sinks and a large walk-in shower with dual showerheads. 

Centrally located in the vibrant NOBE neighborhood at the intersection of North Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville, the home is near Berkeley Bowl West, Trader Joe’s, Powell Street Plaza and Bay Street shops, the City Sports gym, and weekly Berkeley and Temescal farmers’ markets. Popular cafés, bars, and restaurants include the much-loved Lois the Pie Queen, Alchemy Collective Café, and Easy Creole.

Conveniently self-contained with a private entrance and ideal for use as an in-law/au pair/guest suite, the 2BD/1BA, 811 sq ft ADU features an open living/dining area, and a complete kitchen with a breakfast bar and gas range. Two bedrooms, each with generous closets, share a remodeled bath.

Crimson bougainvillea climbs the pergola’s lattice in the rear yard and a verdant lawn is surrounded by trees and flowering bushes with planting beds for an urban garden.