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Jordan Lento presents:

Leona Heights Farmhouse!


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  • 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms
  • 1,235 sq ft **
  • Built in 1939
  • Large primary retreat with en suite bathroom, vaulted ceilings, skylights and access to covered patio and large yard
  • Middle bedroom equipped with covered patio access and lofted storage/nook
  • Washer/dryer in kitchen
  • Enormous backyard with privacy and unlimited potential (ADU*, bonus space*, urban farm)
  • Detached, electrified shed in yard is ready to use or be reimagined

*Buyer to verify with city. **Room count and sq ft published differs from the public record.  Buyer to investigate with the city. Neither seller nor listing agent has verified the accuracy of any of these sources of information.

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4080 Kuhnle Avenue

The quiet suburban community of Leona Heights awaits in the hilltops of Oakland. With an elevation of 325 feet, homeowners can marvel at views of the Bay. 

The neighborhood in Almadea County has a population of 3,400 people. While it’s a nice getaway from the fast-paced city life, residents of Leona Heights can commute via bus provided by AC Transit. Leona Heights also offers easy access to the freeway, with the closest being CA-13 and I-580. 

The highlight of the neighborhood is Leona Heights Park, where hikers can trek a 2.8-mile loop known as the York Trail. On this dog-friendly trail, hikers and their pups alike can relax and enjoy trickling waterfalls along  Horseshoe Creek. Plus, the park is also a great place to watch the sunset. 

While the neighborhood is mostly residential, it’s still a short trip to Safeway grocery store and popular restaurants like Sparky's Giant Burgers and Peet's Coffee.