Charming Single Story | 1503 Huston Road, Lafayette
1503 Huston Road Lafayette CA, wonderful single story home in Lafayette on a big lot. Charming “country” feeling to the neighborhood. Newly installed beautiful hardwood floors. Great curb appeal. Large private backyard: 1/3 acre with privacy and fruit trees. Open concept floor plan – kitchen flows to inviting family room with lighted coffered ceilings, fireplace and sliding doors to the backyard. The formal living room has a fireplace and large picture window. Solar panels provide huge savings in electric bills.
Come home to Lafayette! This neighborhood is centrally located yet has a charming rural atmosphere.
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Stunning Lafayette Property | 1115 Oak Hill Road Lafayette
Not ready for a single family home yet? Well, this one has a legal in-law that you can rent. Twelve years of TOP rated Lafayette schools, easy BART access (1/2 mile) and towns, shops and eateries just beyond that. Permitted art studio, shop and office, half acre land, fruit trees and grapes galore. Country feel yet really close to town!
Main house: three plus bedrooms, two baths, In-law: one bedroom, one bath
Energy saving devices = owned solar panels (energy bill about $25 per month), new environmentally friendly drought tolerant “lawn”, on demand water heater, new heat/air, replaced kitchen and baths. Many upgrades including new foundation, main house has totally new electric, plus an artist designed gate and new fences.
Dinner under the pergola? Hear nightly choruses of owls and crickets, sometimes coyotes and wild geese.
A garden? Built-in pool? Room for all your dreams!
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Presented by Debra Alber
Danville Lighting of the Old Oak Tree
Join Bay Sotheby’s International Realty in downtown Danville for the 40th annual Lighting of the Old Oak Tree. Every year this magical event brings the Danville community together with family friendly entertainment and holiday shopping. Stop by our office at 360 Hartz Avenue to meet Santa and experience this Danville tradition. Learn More
Luna Mexicana: Day of the Dead
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Discovery Day at AT&T Parks
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Paws In Need Holiday Boutique
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Veterans Day on the USS Potomac
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Cirque Du Soleil: Luzia
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Lafayette Thanksgiving Breakfast
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Cal Bears vs. Stanford
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Count Basie Orchestra
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Black Panthers at 50
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The Lion King
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BaySIR’s San Francisco East Bay Market Summary | First Quarter 2016
Single Family Home Sales
Trends in Berkeley show a 9% year-over-year rise in Median Sales Price and a 7% rise in Median Rent Per Month. The Median Sales Price for all homes in Berkeley for January 7 to April 6 was $877,500 based on 54 home sales. Average Price Per Square Foot for Berkeley was $640, an increase of 5% compared to the same period last year. The Median Rent Per Month for apartments in Berkeley for March 7-April 7 was $3,500. In the Luxury Homes Market, Berkeley’s Q1 Average Sales Price slightly fell by .05%. However, the city remains one of the most coveted locales in the San Francisco Bay Area. (Trulia, April 2016)
Spring weather brings a blooming market. As predicted, inventory numbers are on the rise and more properties are still being prepared for sale. We are seeing a 13.4% increase on the average sales prices from this time last year for all Single Family Homes. This increase is most likely due, in part, with the multiple offers we are seeing on homes in the area. For further information and in-depth details on this budding real estate market, don’t hesitate to give us a call.
A haven for families and telecommuting techies, Lafayette real estate consistently ranks among the most expensive in America. Trends in Lafayette show a 13% year-over-year rise in Median Sales Price and a -8% drop in Median Rent Per Month. The Median Sales Price for homes in Lafayette for January 7 to April 6 was $1,487,500 based on 35 home sales. Average price per square foot for Lafayette was $621, an increase of 7% compared to the same period last year. The median rent per month for apartments in Lafayette for Mar 7 to Apr 7 was $3,997—only $500 less than record-breaking San Francisco. (Trulia, April 2016)
Trends in Oakland show a 13% year-over-year rise in median sales price for all homes. The Median Sales Price for homes at all price levels in Oakland from January 7 – April 6 (2016) was $510,000 based on 398 home sales. The Average Price Per Square Foot for Oakland was $432 – an increase of 10% compared to the same period last year. In the Luxury Homes Market, Oakland’s Q1 Average Sales Price surpassed Alameda County’s Average by 7.9%. The percentage reflects the continual rising Oakland apartment rent – a median of $2,950 from March 7 to April 7. (Trulia, April 2016)