• $700,000
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,104 SqFt
  • MLS# 40858195

Resort Lifestyle at Bridgewater


This corner unit on the 2nd floor features 2 spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets. The updated kitchen has granite countertops and tiled floors, as well as stainless steel appliances. The private balcony is perfect for enjoying morning coffee, and houses extra storage. A washer and dryer is conveniently installed in the master bedroom closet. 2 assigned gated parking spaces. This unit is located in the highly desirable Bridgewater condo complex, adjacent to the waterfront and Emeryville Public Market. This community has a pool, spa, fitness center with yoga room, massage room, beautifully landscaped courtyard, dog run, BBQ area and club room. Located in the heart of Emeryville, this complex is close by to Bay Street with shopping, restaurants and theatre. Nearby to free Emery-Go-Round shuttle, BART, Amtrak, public transit, freeways and only about 20 minutes from S.F.

Property Features:

  • Light-filled 2 bed 2 bath corner unit, approx. 1104 sq.ft.
  • Spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets
  • Updated kitchen and bathrooms with granite counter tops and tile floorings
  • Private balcony and storage room
  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • Monthly HOA fee $522
  • 2 assigned gated garage parking spaces no.142 & 143
  • Fitness center with massage room, beautifully-landscaped courtyard, pool and spa, designated BBQ area and club room for entertainment
  • Walking distance to Emeryville Public Market, Bay Street shops and restaurants. Nearby free Emery-Go-Round shuttle, BART, Amtrak and minutes from freeways

Location

Cross Street:

64th St

Subdivision:

Emeryville

City:

Emeryville

County:

Alameda

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