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321 ramona ave, el cerrito sold for $1,925,000

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DETAILS
Beds: 3
Baths: 2
Year Built: 1938
Square Feet: 1492
Lot Square Feet: 4000

Spectacular 3BR, 2BA split-level home in El Cerrito’s highly coveted St. Jerome’s neighborhood. Up the walkway from the tree-lined street and into the entryway, enter the light-filled living room anchored by the fireplace with easy access to the dining room and eat-in kitchen. The chef’s kitchen with Viking range and copious cabinets has been thoughtfully updated with quartz counters, stainless steel refrigerator & LED lighting, allowing for a leisurely counter-top breakfast or al fresco dining on the deck through the French doors. The second-floor features two bedrooms sharing a hall bath, which has been completely renovated with walk-in shower, vanity, water-efficient fixtures & custom tile. The upper floor primary bedroom suite offers the utmost in privacy and comfort. The ensuite bathroom features dual-sink vanity, soaking tub, walk-in shower, and custom lighting. Top floor also includes large walk-in closet with custom cabinetry & secluded balcony with western views. Lower level laundry connects to the attached garage, as well as another access point to the outdoors. The backyard sanctuary with multiple vignettes is highlighted by the detached studio, ideal for a home office or art studio. Meander the pathways past the raised beds with veggie and herb gardens, or sip a cold beverage on the swing enjoying the scents of the nearby jasmine and lemon tree. Kids of all ages can explore the tree house, or walk to many of the nearby parks in El Cerrito and Albany. The location is desired for its proximity to Fairmont shops & restaurants, El Cerrito Plaza & BART, Colusa Circle & Solano Avenue, as well as being accessible to the East Bay and San Francisco by AC Transit & freeways.

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The city of El Cerrito was founded by refugees from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, who named the camp Rust after its first postmaster. Later realizing that this was an unfortunate moniker, the villagers later changed it to El Cerrito (or "little hill"). Today, El Cerrito has grown to a population of more than 25,000 and offers many natural and human-made amenities. 

El Cerrito city parks provide both recreation and sports as well as undeveloped nature areas to explore. Most notable are the 80-acre Hillside Natural Area open space and access to Wildcat Canyon Regional Park to the east. El Cerrito is also home to a 2.7-mile segment of the Ohlone Greenway, a trail that runs the length of the City along the BART right-of-way and is popular with walkers, runners, and bicyclists.

San Pablo Avenue stretches the length of El Cerrito and is the primary commercial and retail corridor of the city. Along it you can find shopping at the El Cerrito Plaza, as well as a farmers market on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Or, see a movie at the historic Cerrito Theater, a restored two-screen movie theater that is known for offering beer, wine, and a full dining menu.

El Cerrito is also a short trip to San Francisco. The city's primary transportation infrastructure consists of the El Cerrito Plaza and El Cerrito del Norte BART stations along with AC Transit bus access to the nearby cities of AlbanyBerkeley and Richmond.

Useful Links:
City of El Cerrito Homepage
West Contra Costa Unified School District
El Cerrito Patch
El Cerrito Historical Society

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