345 Henry Street Lofts For Sale

Search the newest 345 Henry Street studio spaces available and real estate in Oakland below! 345 Henry Street Lofts is a 4-unit loft development in the South Prescott neighborhood of West Oakland. This gated complex shares a common courtyard with its backyard neighbors, the Lewis Street Lofts, making for a friendly, neighborhood experience in an Oakland community that has enjoyed the benefits of ongoing restoration and rehabilitation projects. For further information about 345 Henry Street properties for sale in Oakland or to schedule a private showing, contact your Bay Area real estate team today. Read more about 345 Henry Street lofts.

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345 Henry Street Loft Market

In a real estate market that promotes loft living as a lifestyle, many modern loft units are luxury-oriented soft lofts. Not so with the lofts at 345 Henry Street. Designed by Oakland architect Thomas Dolan, who specializes in mixed-use, live-work ventures, the 345 Henry Street Lofts were specifically designed with artists in mind. The working area of each loft is a large (1000 sq. feet) downstairs studio space, with high ceilings, concrete floors, and large double doors leading outside. Upstairs, the living quarters feature light-filled units with skylights and large windows, 20-foot vaulted ceilings accented by exposed wooden beams and trusses, and a sleeping loft settled into a corner above the living area.

345 Henry Street Building Amenities

Although commuting may not be an issue for residents of the 345 Henry Street Lofts, who may well work out of their downstairs studios, it is easy should the spirit move them. The West Oakland BART station is just a few blocks away and the East Bay freeways are, almost literally, just out the front door, making the connection between 345 Henry Street and the rest of the world straightforward and convenient.

345 Henry Street Loft Agents

Plan to buy or sell a loft space at 345 Henry Street soon? Allow our Oakland real estate specialists to help you through the purchase of your next 345 Henry Street property or expertly negotiate the sale of your current loft residence. As local real estate agents, we're experts on the dynamics unique to the 345 Henry Street loft market.

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