The Oldest Homes For Sale In The Berkeley-Oakland Area

Check out these homes that are more than 100 years old and still quite livable

This home in Alameda is 128 years old
This home in Alameda is 128 years old
Halloween always conjures up images of an aging, rickety house with cobwebs and shuttered windows that all the kids in the neighborhood say is haunted.

So, we thought in our real estate stories this week we'd take a look at the oldest homes for sale in the Berkeley-Oakland area.

These homes are certainly not haunted and are definitely comfortable for the living.

In Alameda, there's this three-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom home at 2121 Alameda Ave. that was built in 1885.

The 1,786-square-foot restored home is listed at $910,000.

In Berkeley, there's this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home at 1842 Channing Way that was built in 1905.

The 2,164-square-foot refurbished house is listed at $947,500.

In Piedmont, there's this six-bedroom, six-bathroom home at 224 Mountain Ave. that was built in 1906.

The 4,680-square-foot house is listed at $3.2 million.

Do you know of any other older homes in your neighborhood for sale? Tell us about them in the comments section.

This information was provided by Corey Weinstein, Broker Associate, Red Oak Realty, 510-708-0789 or corey@orangedoorproperties.com. Featured properties may be listed by a variety of local firms--agent does not represent this property.


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