2852 60th Avenue
ATTENTION ALL GARDENERS and URBAN FARMSTEADERS!
Feed your Soul in this Beautiful Sanctuary located on dead end street in sought-after Mills College neighborhood. Charming, fully renovated 2 bedroom 1 bath California Bungalow with your own fantastic Sustainable URBAN EDIBLE GARDEN.
The front yard is in its own natural habitat that creates a living tapestry with succulents, tall grasses and shrubs. All drought—tolerant and many California natives. Low maintenance and water-wise/ important in today’s environment.
As you enter your private retreat thru the front porch you will be welcomed by a spacious living room with an abundance of windows and classic fireplace. Freshly painted with warm designer colors. Gorgeous hardwood floors thru out the entire home. A formal dining room is off the kitchen. The large kitchen has been stylishly updated with stone counters, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and washer dryer. Located next to the kitchen is a sunny separate breakfast room, ideal for morning coffee.
2 bedrooms with enticing paint colors and a updated bath with imported title and shower enclosure.
Experiencing nature at your doorstep. Your lush backyard with it’s urban garden is a source of nourishment, feeding your souls and your stomach. After one season of harvesting from your back yard, you’ll never need to push a grocery cart thru the produce section again. With over a dozen fruit trees the crown jewel of this property is a massive, gorgeous Heritage AVOCADO TREE that has produced as many as two thousand avocados in past seasons. You will be treated to months of organic veggies with your raised vegatable beds.
With the chicken coop already reaching “dog house” status in the west. You can raise free range hens. You will never look at eggs the same way. Fresh eggs and fun from your own backyard flock! Urban chicken-keepers unite!
Eating close to home is impactful for our environment and with your Sustainable Edible Farm you can be a part of the GREEN CITY MOVEMENT. What you do in your backyard has an impact on the larger world. Equipped with a Rainwater Harvesting System to green your garden and Solar Panels to power your home you will be adding to lessen your environmental footprint.
Your rain water harvesting system has collection tank and barrels. Connected to a drip hose or irrigation system slowing releasing the water collected back into the soil. Sustainable water management saves you money and conserves water. “Don’t let your good water go to waste!”
From growing organic food to making a back yard sanctuary to supporting sustainable gardening with water-wise methods , it’s a purposeful mode of living that helps promote health and ecological sound living.
The detach garage with full electricity is awaiting your transformation to a garden/art studio or use your own imagination. The house has been seismically retrofitted, a newer efficient furnace, updated electrical and a newer hot water heater.
“ A GARDEN CAN BE A WAY OF CARING FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY, THE COMMUNITY AND THE EARTH.”
Mills College neighborhood is a wonderful community south of Maxwell Park. With close proximity to freeways, ride sharing, bus routes and BART. Having the College within walking distance enables you to join many activities, classes and social events. Close to the Laurel District with many great cafes, restaurants and the best little grocery store, FARMER JOE’S. The Dimond district adjacent is also filled with other great local spots to hang out in. Every year the Laurel Street Fair draws hundreds of people to this lively festival filled with community spirit.
60th Ave. where this home is located is a well-kept secret. Located on a dead-end street with other charming bungalows. If you are a passionate “foodie” and want to know where your food comes from then this is your place! It’s like having your own grocery store in your back yard.
Your Urban Farm is your own little thumbprint that helps induce a change towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
Sat. Sun. July 27th, 28th from 2-4:30
Sat. Sun. August 3rd, 4th from 2-4:30
Monday July 29th from 10 am to 1pm
Additional Showings by Appointment:
Contact Denise Milburn
Compass cell 510 410-2424