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This 4-unit property consists of a Queen Anne mansion with a 6,800 sf 4/3.5 owner's unit and a 1,200 sf 1/1.5 in-law unit, and two income producing 3/2 flats in the Carriage house ($6,800+ / month) on just under 1/2 acre.
The mansion will be delivered vacant and seamlessly blends old-world charm and modern luxury. The grand entrance welcomes you with high ceilings, intricate woodwork, and a majestic staircase leading to the upper levels. The spacious gourmet kitchen provides ample counter space for meal preparation, while the dining hall is ideal for hosting parties. The house has multiple large living rooms and parlors.
The 2nd floor features two beautifully appointed multiple room suites (bedroom, bathroom, and parlor) providing ample space for relaxation and privacy. Additional bedrooms are located on 2nd and attic floors. The in-law can be readily integrated into the rest of the mansion.
Outside boasts multiple Giant Bird of Paradises, Carolina Data Palms, rose bushes, and fruit trees. A majestic redwood provides shade for the dedicated backyard which has ample space for outdoor entertaining, relaxation, and enjoying the beautiful Alameda weather.
The island of Alameda has easy access to SF via multiple ferries, TransBay buses, and connections to BART.


Detailed list of features

Main Level:
- Capable of hosting large events
- Quarter-sawn oak flooring
- Main parlors and dining hall have decorative inset floor trim
- Study with built-in desk and bookcases with glass doors
- Large stained glass window in the study
- Large interior stained glass window in the grand staircase
- Large pantry laundry on the main level
- Front parlor and most of the foyer has original decorative ceiling appliqué
- Butler’s hall as an exemplary mix of Lincrusta and Anaglypta wall decoration
- Large dining hall has the original box ceiling with decorative inset panels and lights
- Period appropriate newel post lamp in the grand staircase
- Efficient forced air gas furnace

- Neolith sintered porcelain textured countertops
- Rachiele custom copper sink with movable multipurpose grid/cutting board and sponge caddy
- Kitchen has custom white oak cabinets with inset doors and drawers
- O'Keefe & Merritt double oven/double broiler with griddle

- Marble counters in primary and main floor baths with custom cabinets
- Four full baths and two half baths, plans for an additional three-quarter bath available

Ballroom (Ground level): Stairs down from Butler’s hall to hidden door within the Ballroom
- Additional laundry
- Modern kitchen with granite counters and inset flush cabinets
- Large entertaining space
- Separate bedroom and a full bathroom
- Free-standing gas fireplace

Second Level: Two sets of stairs up from the main level
- Very large primary bedroom with connection to a full bathroom. Includes two closets
- Suite with parlor, bedroom, full bath, and an enclosed porch area. Includes two closets.
- In-law suite with kitchen, parlor, bedroom, and full bath
- In-law suite Includes four closets and a freestanding gas fireplace
- Second large floor landing has exemplary Colonial Revival Lincrusta wall decoration

Finished Attic: One set of stairs up from the second level
- Custom folding French door on staircase allows it to be open without impeding the hallway
- Finished attic with multiple rooms and large open areas usable as desired
- Tower room with multiple windows. Designed for future addition of a built-in bookcase to the right of the door
- Whole house fan

- The main floor has 11’, the second floor has 10’, and the finished attic has 9’ ceilings
- All double-hung windows have been restored with hidden weather stripping
- Original and period-appropriate light fixtures throughout
- Four floors of usable living space
- Original floors throughout the majority of the home
- 7 build-in benches with under-seat storage
- Exterior entrances for ground, main, and second floors
- Numerous closets, many with built-ins
- 9.46 kW PV system powers the main house

- Landscaped backyard with large basalt labyrinth, a covered patio, covered kitchen porch, and a large diameter redwood
- Multiple fruit trees: Apple, fig, lime, lemon, and three types of oranges
- Queen Anne Date Palm and Giant Bird of Paradise in the front yard provide a tropical feel
- Hedge of Italian Cyprus provides some privacy to the front yard
- Numerous rose bushes

Carriage House:
- Carriage house converted to an income-producing duplex: two 3 bedroom/2 bathroom flats
- Carriage house has two unused large (~500 sq ft each) storage rooms
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Dev Parikh

Sotheby's International Realty


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DRE# 01815439

415.812.3777 office


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