Seminary Homes & Real Estate

Explore today's new Seminary homes for sale and properties in Oakland below. Seminary is a small residential neighborhood that is wedged in between the Frick, Havenscourt, Lockwood Gardens, and Fairfax Business districts. Perhaps most known for its close proximity to Mills College, Seminary also offers easy access to International Boulevard, which is a busier highway that directly connects to the Nimitz Freeway, as well as a few shopping centers and other community amenities that help make living in this part of East Oakland convenient and desirable. And as one of the more affordable communities you’ll find in East Oakland, Seminary is also a great place for young and first-time home buyers to consider, as long as you’re somebody who specifically wants a detached single-family house as opposed to a condo, townhouse, or other attached unit. To learn more about Seminary properties for sale in Oakland or to set up a private home tour, contact your Bay Area real estate experts today! Read more about Seminary real estate.

Homes For Sale in Seminary Oakland

Seminary Real Estate Statistics September 26, 2023
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Great Craftsman bungalow with 3 bedrooms and 1 full bath that's been renovated and ready for move-in. Upgrades include all new kitchen with white shaker cabinets, granite counter top, SS appliances....

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Seminary Real Estate Market

The real estate landscape throughout much of the Seminary neighborhood is similar to what you ordinarily see in the East Oakland district. Small one-level homes, which generally feature a craftsman or bungalow style and design, are common in Seminary, but on the flip side, that also keeps home prices in the area relatively affordable as well. As a small community that’s bounded by 55th Avenue, International Boulevard, Avenal Avenue, and 64th Avenue, potential buyers likely won’t find a ton of options on the market, but what is available will usually start somewhere in the mid to low $400,000s and go up from there.

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

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