a luxury property presented by terri white
2567 grant ave, Richmond sold for $940,000


Beds: 4
Baths: 2
Square Footage: 1504
Lot Square Footage: 4400
Year Built: 1941

Richmond North & East Gem! 

Sweet modern turn-key 4 bedroom 2 bath split level MacGregor with full basement is an entertainer’s dream. Entry pollinator garden welcomes you to a new redwood entry deck and into the generously sized foyer and living room. From the newly renovated kitchen (with marble-look quartz countertops, Spanish encaustic tile floor and subway tile backsplash, new cabinets, and all new high-efficient appliances), you walk through the large dining room and out the Marvin French doors to a new deck with built-in lighting, fire pit and umbrellas. Renovated in a clean, low-maintenance, modern style, ready to move in and just enjoy! 

Refreshed hardwood floors throughout, completely renovated baths, dual paned windows, updated electrical and plumbing, app-controlled exterior market lights, “smart” water-conserving irrigation system, veggie beds, new underground downspout/drainage system, new pollinator landscaping, landscape paver patio and walkways, fencing, and rear garden shed - ready to be converted for use as an ADU (new concrete pad extension and conduit for plumbing and electric). 

This up and coming neighborhood is just blocks from the Richmond Art Center (where you can take classes in everything from painting to basket-making) and Friday Farmers Market at the Civic Center, and less than a mile to the Richmond BART/Amtrak station for an easy commute to just about anywhere.



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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