Lively Indoor-Outdoor Living
295 Lenox Ave #104
295 Lenox Ave #104
Broad scaled and updated with striking style, this multi-terrace two-bedroom, two-bathroom corner unit is set apart by its spaciousness, refinement, and outdoor connection. Open-plan living, kitchen and dining spaces radiate in buoyant light from sliders and nearly floor-to-ceiling window arrays offering views of the Oakland skyline and access to an elongated wrap-around terrace. Both the primary suite and second bedroom slide open to another, endowing every room with widespread connection to outdoor-living areas. Standout remodeling incorporates wood flooring throughout and appoints kitchen and bathrooms with sophisticated surfaces and a cohesive contemporary aesthetic.
Brown shingled Lenox Place wins the location competition. Deemed a walker’s paradise by it’s A-grade walk score, it lies within an easy stroll of lively surroundings: scenic, recreational Lake Merritt with three miles of waterfront, Whole Foods and the Saturday Farmer’s Market, a world of dining, shopping, and transportation; yet it nestles on a leafy residential block. Stow the car in the secure garage, and walk or bike around cheerful, central Adams Point and adjacent Grand Lake, Uptown, and Downtown neighborhoods.
Public rooms flow gracefully and present clear sightlines to the long stretch of terrace they extend to for year-round grilling, dining, and lounging. A wood-burning fireplace creates a living-room cornerstone. Kitchen and dining room mingle beautifully so family and guests can too. Sleekly updated, the pearly-white kitchen intermixes stainless appliances with lacquered cabinetry, quartz countertops, and glass-tile backsplash. Its peninsula presents a broad prep, serving and storage facet, accessible from both rooms. Within the sizable kitchen, a windowed alcove outlined with counter-topped cabinetry offers another bounty of surface and storage area.
Bedrooms also feature bountiful storage and living space. Within the primary suite, a pair of expansive closets flanks a dressing area that leads to a multi-chamber bathroom. In the first, a vanity integrates a seating spot and a large linen closet opens broadly via double doors. In both this and the hall bathroom, inset sinks establish a rectilinear motif that carries to black-and-white tile schemes.
Four-story elevator-equipped Lenox Place offers convenient, cosmopolitan living and, among its 24 residences, Number 104 distinguishes itself as an exquisite urban retreat.