Merriewood Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your top resource for Merriewood homes for sale and Oakland real estate! Considered to be one of the more livable communities in Oakland Hills, Merriewood is a large residential neighborhood with winding roads, a hilly terrain, and quite the collection of attractive single-family homes for potential home buyers to choose from. Wedged in between the Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve and Highway 13, Merriewood sits just south of the Caldecott Tunnel and Highway 24, which acts as a direct route into downtown Oakland. Despite much of Merriewood being destroyed during the Oakland Hills Firestorm of 1991, much of the forested landscape has grown back and many of the home have since been re-built, making it a great place for anyone who prefers more of a modern or updated house. For more information on Oakland properties for sale in Merriewood or to schedule a home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today. Read more about Merriewood real estate.

Homes For Sale in Merriewood Oakland

Merriewood Real Estate Statistics February 23, 2020
1
Listed
109
Avg. DOM
$442.57
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,780,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
Pending
17044 Broadway Terrace Oakland, CA 94611
$1,780,000
Subdivision: Merriewood
4
Beds
4F11/2
Baths
4,022
Sq.Ft.
1996
Year Built
110
Days on Site
40868381
MLS
3 bridge views in this sleek contemporary residence with understated elegance. Four ensuite bedrooms, 2 masters or a master and a child's with enchanting handpainted murals, and a helf bath for...

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Merriewood Real Estate Market

As you’ll quickly find when browsing active homes for sale in Merriewood, most residences in the area all lean towards the upscale category, offering buyers lots of living space, a quiet location, and of course some amazing views of the city and the North Bay. Because of Merriewood’s hillside location, most homes also feature parking decks just off whatever road they’re positioned on, with stairs leading down to the house. Whatever older homes are left in Merriewood tend to price somewhere in the low to mid $600,000s, while larger, newly built residences here can reach as high as $1.3 million.

Merriewood Real Estate Agents

Interested in buying a home in Merriewood? Allow our Oakland real estate specialists to help you navigate the purchase of or expertly negotiate the sale of your Merriewood residence. Our expert knowledge will give you access to up-to-date information about the unique dynamics of the Merriewood real estate market.

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