a new listing presented by josh dickinson
173 bayside court, richmond offered for $395,000

Details

OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, 1/28, 2-4PM
Sunday, 1/29, 2-4PM

DETAILS
Beds: 1
Baths: 1
Square Feet: 533
Lot Square Feet: 2124
Year Built: 1992

Fabulous, level-in 1BR/1BA condo in tranquil and secluded Marina Bay. Welcome in to the cozy living room with gleaming hardwood floors and access to the exclusive-use patio. The dining area opens directly into the updated kitchen with stone counters & stainless-steel appliances, perfect for home-cooked meals & entertaining. The bedroom features two closets, one deep enough to double as an office nook. The ensuite bathroom evokes beach vibes with its tile floors, vanity & tub/shower combo. Additional features include: in-unit laundry, storage closet on the patio, and covered parking space adjacent to the unit. The Marina Bay complex is well-known for its tranquil lagoons and plush landscaping. Residents also enjoy two heated swimming pools & hot tubs, electric car charging stations, fantastic fitness center & yoga room, and three lighted tennis courts. The property is conveniently located near the Richmond Ferry (only 35 minutes to downtown San Francisco!). The rest of the Bay Area is easily reachable by AC Transit (bus stop at front of the complex), 580 freeway (2 minutes away by car) and Bay Trail (around the corner in Marina Park).

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Neighborhood

Marina Bay is an idyllic residential waterfront community in Richmond's protected Inner Harbor. With breathtaking views of the San Francisco skyline and waterfront pathways along the Marina Bay Trail, the neighborhood features an array of retail and dining options. Enjoy easy access to the San Francisco Bay Ferry for commuting or a day in the city.

Founded and incorporated in 1905, Richmond has always been a city with an industrial background. During World War II, Richmond, base of the Kaiser Shipyards, was mainly oriented to shipbuilding. At the end of the war, with several big-name businesses relocating to Richmond, Port Richmond became a major seaport, and is now a significant part of Richmond’s economy. Beginning in the 1980s, in an effort to turn the abandoned shipyards into a residential area, Richmond shifted gears and began focusing on redeveloping the city into a residential and retail friendly environment.

Today, over 100,000 people call Richmond home. The city includes several shopping centers, a bustling downtown area, beautiful parks, including Point Isabel and Miller Knox Regional Park, and the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park.

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