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Enchanting Eichler with striking curb appeal designed by legendary mid-century modern architect A. Quincy Jones in Castro Valley's coveted Greenridge neighborhood. This marvelous single level 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home boasts over 1,950 square feet of living space, and a fabulous original floor plan. Built in 1964, 5625 is one of the last Eichlers built in Greenridge, and just 1 of 6 of these wonderfully unique designs in the entire neighborhood of almost 200 homes.
Magical and meticulous outdoor oasis that’s absolutely spectacular! Incredibly private with multiple decks, spaces and patios, featuring programmable accent lighting and irrigation throughout, perfect plantings of flora & fauna as well as maples, oaks, plum & citrus trees, 3 raised flower beds with drip irrigation, a pergola with power and lighting, tuff shed with lighting and power for home office or storage, a hot tub, and an amazing outdoor kitchen that will absolutely blow your mind!
Other details include a newly recoated insulated foam roof with 9+ year transferable warranty, fresh designer paint inside and out, radiant heating with copper plumbing and a high efficiency boiler/water heater combo, updated electrical with solar power, new LED light fixtures, mostly double paned windows, gorgeous working wood burning fireplace, and more!
The Greenridge Eichler community is one of Castro Valley's premier neighborhoods featuring award-winning schools, temperate weather, and great parks and recreation. Castro Valley is located in the heart of the Bay and is very commuter-friendly with the convenience of BART and multiple freeways. Castro Valley is also home to a stunning contemporary library, renovated downtown area, and the new Eden Hospital.
Nestled in a quiet valley surrounded by oak-studded rolling hills, Castro Valley enjoys a rural atmosphere in the midst of urban Alameda County. With the San Leandro Hills extending along its northeastern edge, Castro Valley boasts such natural amenities as an extensively developed park system, a swimming lagoon, and an 18-hole golf course. Lake Chabot Regional Park offers boating, hiking, and an annual spring fishing derby. This vibrant community of a little more than 60,000 residents hosts an annual fall festival and car show, a chili cook-off, and a rodeo parade. Seasonal farmers' markets sell fresh produce from the nearby Central Valley. Youth activities include softball, baseball, soccer, and basketball leagues, as well as a track club. Historic Rowell Ranch Rodeo holds rodeo events and chooses a Rodeo Queen each year. Castro Valley’s Adobe Art Gallery displays group art exhibits, student exhibits, and children's and senior art. Castro Valley homes range from 10-acre properties with plenty of room for horses to custom-built homes with views of the surrounding hills and three-bedroom, single-family homes close to schools and shopping.