Myrtle Studios Lofts For Sale

View the newest Myrtle Studios lofts for sale and Oakland real estate below! Myrtle Studios is a loft conversion at 3015 Myrtle Street in West Oakland's Clawson neighborhood. Located in a 1930's warehouse, the loft development at 3015 Myrtle Street is an eclectic collection of loft units that was completed in 1997. For additional information on Myrtle Studios properties for sale in Oakland or to schedule a studio showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today. Read more about Myrtle Studios lofts.

Lofts For Sale at Myrtle Studios Oakland

Myrtle Studios Loft Statistics October 19, 2020
1
Listed
11
Avg. DOM
$496.68
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$599,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$599,000
Subdivision: West Oakland
1
Beds
1
Baths
1,206
Sq.Ft.
1930
Year Built
12
Days on Site
40924504
MLS
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Myrtle Studios Loft Market

Each of the 19 lofts in Myrtle Studios is full of character and individuality, with no two units being exactly the same. Floor plans range from compact one-bedroom units to more spacious two-bedroom homes. Exposed brick and timbers, hardwood floors, soaring 22-foot ceilings, skylights, and industrial-style windows are features found in most of the Myrtle Studios lofts. Some of the units also have a fireplace and washer/dryer hookups.

Myrtle Studios Building Amenities

All residents are provided with secure parking, an intercom system, and access to laundry facilities.

Myrtle Studios is in a great location for commuting. The West Oakland BART station is just minutes away, freeway access is easy, and San Francisco is right across the Bay. West Oakland is an area with some rough edges, but ongoing efforts at redevelopment by the City of Oakland are helping to improve the neighborhood. In the meantime, property prices are a bit lower than in many other areas of Oakland and the East Bay, and buying a loft at 3015 Myrtle Street might provide a great entry-level opportunity for homeownership.

Myrtle Studios Loft Agents

Considering the purchase of a studio in Myrtle Studios? Let our team of local real estate professionals help you through the purchase of your new Myrtle Studios property or the sale of your current loft residence. As Oakland real estate agents, we have expert insider knowledge of the market dynamics unique to Myrtle Studios lofts.

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