A Refreshed, Updated Home with a Sweeping View of San Francisco Bay.
About 25319 Buckeye Drive
25319 Buckeye Drive in the Five Canyons development within Castro Valley is a beautiful home that Lifestyle Real Estate Services has been working on day and night to remodel, refresh, and rejuvenate for its next owners. From updated hickory hardwood flooring throughout the formal living and family spaces, and a brand new rear deck with a glass panel railing for unobstructed views of the sunset over the San Francisco Bay, to refreshed kitchen countertops and appliances, and much, much more, we are excited to put this home on the market to show off the work that’s been completed.
Along with the rear deck, the master bedroom, formal living area and dining area all enjoy sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay. While working on 25319 Buckeye, our team was awestruck by the sunsets each evening — the view stretches from the San Mateo Bridge all the way to Mount Tamalpais, and on a clear day, you can see all the way to Sutro Tower at the top of Twin Peaks in San Francisco! There’s so much more to this home than the view, though — a spacious back yard allows for hosting family get-togethers, and the lower-level family room provides a great space for movie and game nights.
- 5 Bedrooms, 3.5 Bathrooms
- 2,590 Sq. Foot Residence
- 6,490 Sq. Foot Lot
- Built in 1996
- Purchase Price: $975,000
- Status: SOLD
The seller of this home has recently contracted an authorized vendor to complete property reports, including a Natural Hazard Inspection and Preliminary Title Report. The results of the inspection and report have been compiled and are available in the reports below, which have been posted here for your convenience. To view these reports, download Acrobat Reader here.
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Featured Guest Designer
For the interior design and staging portions of remodeling 25319 Buckeye Drive, we at Lifestyle Real Estate Services had the pleasure of working with our very first intern, Noelle Tilly. Noelle was given one of the bedrooms to design from start to finish, and throughout the whole process, she was an absolute pleasure to work with — excited about designing and staging, eager to learn about our processes and techniques, and had an excellent work ethic. Not many teenagers are willing to spend an entire day in high school, then work an intern job well into the evening hours, but Noelle did so without so much as a yawn. We couldn’t have asked for a better first intern!
We asked Noelle to share a little about herself and her interest in interior design:
I started to enjoy interior design quite a few years ago, when I would design and build rooms for my dolls. When I outgrew that, I would always want to redesign my room. I like interior design because it’s kind of its own art form, placing furniture with accessories, and creating a color palette that works. I like being able to walk into a person’s room and already get a feel of their personality by how they decorate.
My personal style changes all the time, but right now I’m going through a “Bohemian phase”. I like lots of draperies and a seemingly random placement of things — nothing super neat and tidy. As far as my artwork goes, I’ve been drawing and painting whenever I can. Since I was never the sporty type, my parents signed me up for art classes, but I hated doing exactly what the teacher told me. I wanted to create art of my own. One day, I went to the Artist Center in Castro Valley, and I loved it! My teacher would let us create whatever we wanted and would help us to improve it. I’ve been visiting her since I was 9 years old.
I feel really lucky to be helping here because not many teenagers get to try out their dream job so early. I want to be an interior designer, and to create custom artwork for my clients. It’s been incredible to be so welcomed here at Lifestyle, and I’ve learned so much!
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