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Ruth Frassetto presents:

Exceptional Point Richmond Condominium


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Enjoy quintessential coastal living in this two bedroom and two bath condo located in coveted Brickyard Landing. The interior has been tastefully updated through out. Kitchen is functional and beautifully designed. There are two principal bedrooms with ensuite baths plus an abundance of closets. Full sized appliances in the laundry area. A superb layout and excellent separation of space, ideal for family and guests. A handsome wood burning fire place is featured in the expansive living room plus a separate tiled sun room. Breathtaking Bay views from the Berkeley Hills all the way to Marin…with the Bay Bridge, San Francisco, Alcatraz & Angel Island in between! Lush beautifully maintained grounds and an architecturally striking complex. Reasonable H.O.A dues, given the resort style on site amenities: fitness center, spa, tennis courts, and two deeded parking spaces in a secure parking garage with two generous locking storage units, plus EV charging station and sweet fenced community garden. Point Richmond is the best kept secret in the East Bay. You will enjoy the sunny weather, views and a sophisticated, friendly community known as Brickyard Landing. The location is prime and convenient to downtown historic Point Richmonds shopping and dining district. You have direct access to The Bay Trail, Miller Knox Park, with its picturesque beach, fishing dock and kayak launching site and scenic hiking trails. Richmond Yacht Club is across the street. All of this while being only minutes from the 580 Freeway, and the new SF direct Ferry located in neighboring Marina Bay. Richmond also has an Amtrak station as well as 2 BART stations!

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  • Spectacular panoramic San Francisco Bay view
  • Complex embodies elegant coastal style.
  • Two separate bedroom suites with shower over tubs. 
  • Updated kitchen with stone counters and custom designed layout.
  • Expansive open concept living and dining room
  • Handsome wood burning fireplace
  • Inviting sun room with tiled floor- oriented to the breathtaking views.
  • Two deeded parking spots with ample storage.
  • Resort like amenities 
  • Reasonable H.O.A mo. dues ($695.52) given the resort style on site amenities: Club House, fitness center, spa, sauna, outdoor pool, tennis courts, Car wash area and two deeded parking spaces in a secure parking garage with two generous locking storage units, plus EV charging station and sweet fenced community garden. 
  • Did I mention the the views? It doesn't get better then this!


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1201 Brickyard Way #210

Once an island, the neighborhood of Point Richmond was first made accessible through a short tunnel, the town retains its original charming character. The community is sophisticated yet eclectic. The population wonderful mix of residents - artists, professors, sailors, professionals and properties owned by the same family are passed down through the generations.  Nestled along the picturesque hillsides overlooking the bay, the residences of Point Richmond offer some of the best views of San Francisco and Marin County. The downtown Point Richmond Triangle is the hub of this small village.  The residents have worked hard to maintain and protect its historic quality, which is often used as the set for films and commercials. If you travel up Washington Street by foot, pay attention the most exquisite array of fairy homes  that are set along the way. To visit them is a delight. The downtown features: small grocery stores, galleries, cafes, and great eateries. The restored Richmond Municipal Natatorium, otherwise known as The Plunge, is a historic swim center designed for the serious lane swimmer or beginners. The San Francisco Bay Trail winds its way through Point Richmond, providing views of the bay and connecting hikers and bikers to Marin using the new bike lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to downtown Oakland. Just off of the shore is the East Brother Light House Station, a unique bed and breakfast on an island in the bay. Point Richmond could be described as a sophisticated community with a rustic beach town vibe. In my opinion Point Richmond is the best kept secret in the East Bay.