Located in Walter W. Dixon’s magical Stonehenge, this fabulous English Tudor storybook-style house was built in 1929. The Stonehenge development features detached, two-story homes that surround a central courtyard entered through a stunning chalkstone arch and vintage, wrought iron gates. 1541-B is a half-timbered, stucco house with an arched front doorway, living room with dramatic, vaulted ceilings and a stone fireplace, a dining room surrounded by windows facing out to the rich foliage, refinished hardwood floors, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and an attached 1 car garage. The community courtyard is beautifully landscaped, meticulously maintained, and includes mature elm trees, palms, ferns, fish ponds, fountains, and so much more. This quaint, 1920s planned development is situated in Central Alameda and offers easy access to downtown Park and Webster Streets, SF Ferry access, bus lines, BART, I-880, and the Webster Tube.
Listing courtesy of Kate McCaffrey from Pacific Union International
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