Allendale Homes & Real Estate

View the newest Allendale homes for sale and Oakland real estate below! Sometimes referred to as Allendale Park, Oakland’s Allendale neighborhood is a small residential community that’s wedged directly in between Harrington, Redwood Heights, and Maxwell Park. Originally its own town, Allendale was eventually annexed into Oakland back in the early 1900s, and today, it’s known most for offering potential buyers a quiet residential vibe with a wide range of housing options to choose from. California bungalows are common throughout Allendale, as are vintage apartments and smaller single-family homes with Spanish influences and designs. For additional information on Allendale properties for sale in Oakland or to schedule a home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today. Read more about Allendale real estate.

Homes For Sale in Allendale Oakland

Allendale Real Estate Statistics February 23, 2020
2
Listed
136
Avg. DOM
$532.14
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$462,000
Med. List Price
2 Properties
Pending
3909 Walnut Street Oakland, CA 94619
$525,000
Subdivision: Allendale
2
Beds
1
Baths
1,168
Sq.Ft.
1925
Year Built
86
Days on Site
40889909
MLS
HUD Home in the desired Allendale Neighborhood. Nestled between the trending and cultural richness of Fruitvale & Laurel districts ready for new owners. Close to Fruitvale BART Station. Excellent...
Pending
3521 Davis Street Oakland, CA 94601
$399,000
Subdivision: Allendale
2
Beds
1
Baths
649
Sq.Ft.
1914
Year Built
189
Days on Site
40878898
MLS
Contractors/Flippers special, Bring your toolbox and your imagination. This 649 square foot house sits on a 5,000 square foot lot, perfect to build an ADU!!

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Allendale Real Estate Market

Allendale Elementary School continues to attract home buyers to the neighborhood, especially those with young children who are looking to live near their school. Affordability also makes Allendale desirable to home buyers on a budget, as many of the neighborhood’s bungalows and smaller entry-level homes start at under $400,000. The Allendale Recreation Center is also a terrific amenity home owners have nearby, which provides all sorts of programs for the entire community. But given Allendale is only bounded by 35th Avenue, Brookdale Avenue, High Street, and Interstate 580, its small area tends to usually make housing inventory tight, even during a good market.

Allendale Community Amenities

Interstate 580 runs right alongside Allendale’s northern border, which provides quick and easy access to downtown Oakland, and Interstate 880 also runs just south of Allendale, which is also a direct route into the city.

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