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Piedmont Pines Tudor Revival


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Piedmont Pines English Tudor Revival. Only 32 years young, this owner built custom home is spectacular, unlike no other. Featuring incredible views of the SF Bay, city lights, and the Bay Area’s breathtaking sunsets. This gorgeous estate spans a 15k sqft corner lot and fronts 2 streets- Castle and Holyrood. The home fronts the dramatic backdrop of Redwood Regional Park. The back of the home faces the bay and demands its stately presence with its towering stucco façade to the Mansard roofs, and 15 degree rooms atop. Presenting multiple levels, the spacious entry level on Castle Drive is the main residence which has 3 bd, 3.5 ba, rumpus room, and 2 car garage. This estate also features 2 separate- 1 bedroom guest quarters with independent entrances. The premiere guest space facing the bay features 10 ft ceilings, bay views from almost every room, balcony, driveway, and 1 car garage. This home presents a rare opportunity for multi-generational living with ample space between residences.

Notable Features

  • Built in 1989
  • Custom Built Tudor Style Home
  • Per Graphic Artist's Floorplan measurements:
    • Main Residence is 2,758 Sq. Ft.
    • Guest Quarter 1 is 463  Sq. Ft.
    • Guest Quarter 2 is 1,232 Sq. Ft.
  • Main Residence Features: 
    • Incredible views from the following spaces:  living, dinng, kitchen, primary suite, balcony and rumpus room 
    • Semi circle drive through by front door
    • Forced air heat and air conditioning
    • Slate tile floors and pendant lighting in entryway
    • Chef's eat in kitchen:
      • Refinished hardwood floors
      • Breakfast bar & nook
      • stainless Steel appliances (new stove & microwave)
      • Quartz Counters (new)
      • View of Bay
      • Access to balcony
    • Large living room with fireplace & coat closet
    • Separate dining room with access to balcony
    • Junior Suite with bathroom
    • Spacious bedroom that utilizes hall bath 
    • Spacious primary bedroom with 2 bathrooms (bathtub in pink bathroom and shower in beige bathroom) 
    • Very large rumpus room with fireplace and access to flat roof space (currently staged as a bedroom)
    • Large balcony with remote/electric awning
  • Guest quarter 1 features:
    • View from bedroom and living room
    • Eat-in kitchenette
    • Separate entrance and access from main residence
    • new carpet
  • Guest quarter 2 features: 
    • View from living room, kitchenette, balcony, and bedroom
    • Laundry room
    • Driveway, 1 car garge (with interior access), and storage
    • Front porch
    • Fireplace in living room
    • New luxury vinyl plank flooring
    • New light fixtures
    • Eat-in kitchenette
    • Separate exerior entrance and access from main residence
  • The corner lot is 15,050  Sq. Ft. 
    • the triangular part of the lot next to Guest Quarter- 1, has the potential to be level and developed (buyer to verify with Oakland city permits, and new building laws)


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Open Houses:
October 24, Sunday 2:00PM - 4:00PM

Brokers Tour:
October 25, Monday 10:00AM - 1:00PM

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(510) 915-2646
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Rose Krinks

Keller Williams Realty


DRE# 01783545

510-915-2646 office


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6533 Castle Drive

Named for the poet of the High Sierras, the Joaquin Miller-Crestmont neighborhood is a tranquil, woodsy area in the heights of Oakland. Bordered by one of the only urban second-growth redwood groves in existence, miles of trails, and picnic grounds, the district offers plenty of activity for outdoor lovers. Homes include Mediterranean and traditional structures on large plots of land.
Just minutes from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Joaquin Miller-Crestmont neighborhood offers a range of activities, many of which center on 500-acre Joaquin Miller Park. Inside the park, Sequoia Horse Arena offers trail rides, and goats graze the underbrush to help control the vegetation. A neighborhood community center can be rented for weddings, picnics, and local events. And as a plus for dog owners, the park is one of the few open-space areas that allow dogs off leash. Nearby Redwood Regional Park provides miles of hiking, running, and biking trails.
Chabot Space & Science Center straddles the top of the ridge at Skyline Boulevard, one of the premier science museums in the country, with a focus on astronomy and space exploration and a robust calendar of family-friendly events — including Slumber with the Stars overnight adventures, hikes, and dinner-and-a-movie Supper Club social events. The area offers sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, downtown Oakland, and the San Francisco skyline. Nearby is the Woodminster Amphitheater, a favorite place for East Bay families to take in shows year-round — including summer musical under the stars.