Video Tour


Open Houses:

Sunday July 21st 2-4:30pm

Sunday July 28th 2-4:30pm

Brokers Tour:

Thursday July 18th 9:30-12pm


Tuesday July 30th by 2pm


Additional Showings by Appointment:

Mark P. Choi, DRE# 01433100

Mobile: 510.381.1116

Email: [email protected]



Rife with turn-of-the-century touches, this 1,796-square foot gem sits on a sleepy, tree-lined street steps from Albany’s local high school and Memorial Park. Boasting a vintage exterior and newly remolded interior, this split-level home has been lovingly maintained by the previous owners for the past 70 years. Across the threshold, an expansive living room with ornate fireplace and beveled vaulted ceiling gives way to a formal dining room appointed with a custom built-in hutch. Continuing onward, a generous kitchen has been furnished with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, hardwood floors, breakfast nook, and a row of picture windows that frame outdoor greenery. Finished with three spacious bedrooms and two modern bathrooms, a split-level landing leads guest downward to a bonus playroom and laundry area. Newly landscaped in drought-resistant plants, a sunny porch gives way to a flourishing backyard features a detached garage/studio that could be converted into an office or granny unit.

Property details:

  • Three-bedroom, two-bathroom home in Albany
  • 1,796 sunny square feet
  • Turn of the century touches mixed with modern amenities
  • Beveled vaulted ceilings, custom built-ins and ornate fireplace in living room
  • Kitchen furnished with granite counters and stainless-steel appliances
  • Newly remodeled and freshly landscaped
  • Steps from top-tier Albany schools and Memorial Park

MLS# 40874494


This formerly working-class neighborhood once housed the pipe fitters, welders, and shipbuilders that worked for Henry Kaiser during World War II. Today, Albany is home to a diverse group of professionals who support the local schools with a passion. Solano Avenue, with its incredible array of restaurants, independent cinema, and shopping, is proof that there's more to Albany than its stellar school system. And because Albany is small, flat, and sunny, it's a walkable neighborhood, with Solano Avenue as its east-west axis. Bakeries, boutiques, and bistros thrive on Solano. The annual Solano Avenue Stroll, which takes place the second Sunday in September, shows off all 26 blocks -- from the Landmark Theaters Albany Twin theater, which shows an eclectic mix of first-run blockbusters to small, independent features, to the family-run Sunny Side Up cafe -- and is the perfect place to start your exploration of Albany.


Mark P. Choi