- What do you need to know to buy a home in community in the East Bay?
- How do you decide whether a cohousing neighborhood is right for you?
- How can you prepare and identify and clear out obstacles on your path to living well together?
- What should you be looking for?
- What questions should you ask?
The realtor's listing: Discover the meaning of community at this vibrant co-housing opportunity on Doyle Street. A lush patio garden and off-street parking greet you as you pull into this secluded complex, tucked away from the noise of the city yet amongst all the amenities of Emeryville. This condominium showcases exposed brick, cathedral ceilings, dramatic windows, skylights, and a beautifully updated kitchen and bath. The home features one bedroom plus a spacious loft and separate office nook providing a perfect alcove to focus or relax with a book. The co-housing experience fosters a sense of belonging, with amenities including a workshop, a playroom, and an upper-level outdoor hot tub. Its central location provides easy commuter access to all the best of the Bay Area. Asking $748k.
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