Over 400,000 people call Oakland California home. The city encompasses highly urban core, neighborhoods that feel like their own villages (like Montclair and Sheffield Village), and multilevel homes clinging to hillsides overlooking the redwoods or the bay.
Oakland has much to offer in both the arts, the culinary sphere, and outdoor adventures. Kayak on the bay in the morning before work, use public transportation to get anywhere in the Bay Area or beyond through the Oakland International Airport, and finish the day with a walk in the famed redwoods of coastal Northern California.
Whether you’re looking for a small condo in Adam’s Point, a starter home in Upper Laurel, or a larger vintage home in Rockridge, Oakland has a house to fit your lifestyle.
Let me help you navigate this vibrant city and find the corner of Oakland that feels like home.