• $599,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,146 SqFt
  • MLS# 40861361

Penthouse Unit at Andante Condominium


This penthouse unit in Andante has 2 master suites, each with connecting full bathrooms and walk-in closets. With unobstructed views, recessed lighting and high ceilings, this unit has wall-to-wall carpeting and has been freshly painted. The kitchen boasts granite countertops and Pergo flooring, with a home office space in the dining room with a built-in desk. A washer and dryer are tucked conveniently in a closet in-unit, with an extra private storage room directly adjacent to the front door. This unit comes with 2 assigned parking spaces in the attached garage. Andante is a secured gated community with gym, spa and separate bike storage, centrally located in the heart of Emeryville and just steps away from East Bay Bridge Shopping Center. Also minutes from Emeryville Public Market and Bay Street shops, restaurants and movie theatre. AC Transit bus to S.F. arrives right in front of the complex, minutes from MacArthur BART and freeway access. Only 20 minutes from S.F. 

 

Features

 

  • Penthouse unit with 2 bedroom 2 bathroom, approx. 1146 sq.ft
  • 2 master suites with walk-in closets
  • Unobstructed city views from master bedroom and dining area 
  • Freshly painted interiors with wall-to-wall carpeting
  • Convenient in-unit washer and dryer
  • Extra private storage next to unit
  • 2 assigned gated parking spaces (no. 88 & 94)
  • Monthly HOA $591
  • Walk score: 90, AC Transit in front of complex, minutes from MacArthur BART, freeway access and 20 minutes from S.F.

Location

Cross Street:

Adeline

Subdivision:

Emeryville

City:

Emeryville

County:

Alameda

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