Mosswood Homes & Real Estate

Explore today's new Mosswood homes for sale and properties in Oakland below. Mosswood Park is officially an 11-acre park located on West MacArthur Boulevard between Webster Street and Broadway. The immediate area surrounding Mosswood Park is more commonly referred to as Mosswood, which for the most part, is bounded by the Grove Shafter Freeway to the west, Broadway Street to the east, 40th Street to the north, and the MacArthur Freeway to the south. Regardless of whether you refer to the area as Mosswood Park or simply Mosswood, however, you’ll quickly find that its quiet residential vibe and easy access to plenty of outdoor recreation makes it a great choice to consider for a new home or condo up on Oakland’s north side. To learn more about Mosswood properties for sale in Oakland or to set up a private home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today! Read more about Mosswood real estate.

Homes For Sale in Mosswood Oakland

Mosswood Real Estate Statistics December 5, 2019
1
Listed
35
Avg. DOM
$454.81
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$775,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
Pending
455 36Th St Oakland, CA 94608
$775,000
Subdivision: Mosswood
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,704
Sq.Ft.
1904
Year Built
36
Days on Site
40887683
MLS
Well maintained Victorian home with income, centrally located in North Oakland. Located just minutes from BART, Kaiser, Temescal, Uptown, Piedmont Ave, and Rockridge. New foundation in 1989. 2 car...

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Mosswood Real Estate Market

For the most part, Mosswood is one of Oakland’s more affordable neighborhoods thanks to many of the homes in the area being built sometime before the 1930s. Its easy access to the MacArthur Freeway also helps make it a convenient place to live if you’re someone who frequently commutes into downtown Oakland, or even into San Francisco on a regular basis for that matter. And with the Mosswood Dog Park located right nearby, many buyers will also find it’s a great place to call home for any and all dog owners looking for a new place to live in Oakland as well!

Mosswood Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in Mosswood? Let our Oakland real estate team guide you through the sale of your current residence or purchase your next Mosswood property. As local real estate agents, we're well-versed in the unique market dynamics of Mosswood real estate.

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