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New Listing in Albany!

JUST LISTED: 1225 Brighton Ave. in Albany!

This immaculate and sunny home is located in Albany, CA, where the schools rule, the weather is superb, and the location couldn’t be more convenient. 

With three bedrooms and two baths, this home was built in 1937 by the renowned Charles “One Nail” MacGregor and has all the charm and quality of its early years.  Three blocks to Albany Middle School and two blocks to El Cerrito Plaza and BART, this home has beautiful match stick hardwood floors, an eat-in kitchen that has been tastefully updated to include black-on-black granite countertops, a new range/oven, new floors, and new paint.  The master bedroom has sliding glass doors into the backyard and a private bath.  Lemon and apple trees in back yard and plenty of space and separation for adults and kids to find their spot.  Move right in and get ready for school – in Albany, the city with outstanding schools!

I made this really cool guided video tour of the house, check it out here:

Need more information?  Contact the listing agent, Liz Stevens, Windermere Bay Area, (510) 409-6977

Open Thursday, 7/2/09
Open Saturday, 7/4/09
Open Sunday, 7/5/09


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