Maxwell Park Homes For Sale

Discover the best Maxwell Park homes for sale and real estate in Oakland below. Maxwell Park is a quiet and low-key residential neighborhood that’s neatly positioned up in the foothills of Oakland. Known for its tight-knit community feel and amazing collection of cute little single-family homes, Maxwell Park truly is one of Oakland’s best-kept secrets. Its boundaries can be defined as MacArthur Boulevard to the north and northeast, 55th Avenue to the southeast, Trask Street and Brookdale Avenue to the west and southwest, and High Street to the northwest. And considering the neighborhood’s easy access to Maxwell Park, it’s also a great choice for home buyers who frequently commute into downtown or to any other part of East Bay. For up-to-date information regarding Oakland properties for sale in Maxwell Park or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today! Read more about Maxwell Park real estate.

Homes For Sale in Maxwell Park Oakland

Maxwell Park Real Estate Statistics February 24, 2020
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1 Property
4540 Redding St Oakland, CA 94619
Subdivision: Maxwell Park
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Welcome home to this gorgeous four bedroom, three bath home with an attached 2 car garage. This charming Maxwell Park traditional home features an open floor plan, allowing natural light to fill the...

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Maxwell Park Real Estate Market

Many homes for sale in Maxwell Park boast panoramic views of both the Oakland Hills and San Francisco Bay to the west, which is among one of the top reasons why home buyers continue to flock to this part of the city when looking for a new place to live. Most single-family homes in Maxwell Park start somewhere in the mid-$500,000s and usually top out just under $800,000; and because the neighborhood is almost entirely residential, you shouldn't be hard-pressed to find plenty of desirable options during your new home search.

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If you're purchasing a home in Maxwell Park, allow our team of local real estate experts to guide you through the process with your Maxwell Park property today. As Oakland real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of Maxwell Park market dynamics.

To learn more about agent representation while buying or selling your Maxwell Park home, contact Bay Area Modern. Check out our Free Market Analysis page to receive a free home value analysis in Maxwell Park.

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