From our longtime friend and EBCOHO Supporter Jennifer West: The Doyle Street Cohousing Community (an EBCOHO Supporting member community) consists of twelve-units, located in desirable Emeryville. Once a warehouse, this charming brick building was converted in 1992 into a stunning residential paradise, set in the midst of urban convenience.
Yes, you have your own kitchen. A pretty nice one, with views!
• 2BD/1BA corner unit
• 1,170 +/- sq. ft of living space
• Cathedral ceilings
• Hardwood & carpet flooring
• Fireplace & balcony w/views
• Beautiful common house
• Bicycle storage & hot tub
• Patio, garden & shared BBQ
• Shared, on-site laundry
• One assigned parking spot (for 10 months out of the year)
The Common House is the main meeting spot for group activities. The fully-equipped kitchen has residents cooking and sharing a meal three nights a week - a great opportunity to meet your new neighbors. Upstairs, there's a kid’s play area complete with a new foosball table. Own a bicycle? You'll be happy to learn about the big storage room, full of bikes, plus work benches for small projects. There is a shared laundry here, as well.
The communal area extends outside with a patio, garden and shared gas barbeque. Children will love the outdoor play area, and everyone can enjoy the hot tub. A silent fountain and new ping-pong table add to the fun!
Unit #9 is situated on the corner, offering hill views. Step inside and find an ample eat-in kitchen with hardwood floors and large, light-filled windows. Up a flight of stairs, you'll find a comfortable living room with cathedral ceiling, fireplace and a small balcony.
Down another few steps are the two bedrooms, both with carpet and soaring ceilings. The sun-filled windows shower these rooms in light. One bedroom has a loft, perfect for sleeping, or a fun place for the kids to play. The full bath is just down the hall.
Great location in sunny Emeryville near bicycle lanes, freeways, Bay Street and more! Doyle Street Cafe is right across the street, so you'll never have to worry about getting a hot cup of coffee.
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