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Vibrant Living in 55+ Cohousing Community


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Welcome to Phoenix Commons  

A Vibrant 55+ Cohousing Community 

The desirability of this sun-drenched spacious top floor corner unit is unquestionable as you are welcomed home by fabulous views of the Oakland-Alameda Estuary, San Francisco, and Mount Tamalpais. The open floor plan with combination living-dining room and modern soaring ceilings are framed by floor to ceiling windows and enhanced by Hunter Douglas automated blinds operable by remote or scheduled with the online application. Be prepared for your home to be the favored gathering place of family and friends who will love watching water life activity, provided by nature and sports enthusiasts, from the large balcony overlooking the estuary. 

Whether entertaining or enjoying a quiet night at home, you will appreciate the oversized breakfast bar open to the home's living space. The kitchen includes energy-star appliances, granite counter tops and designer light fixtures. The in-unit laundry is in a closet off the kitchen and includes full-sized washer and dryer for your convenience. The community also has a laundry room available for use at no-charge so many residents have opted to convert the laundry closet to a pantry, nice to have a choice! 

The 999 sq ft unit includes a sizable bedroom with custom automated shades, large closet space and access to the equally sizable bathroom. The bathroom also opens to the main living room, allowing guests access separately from the bedroom. 

Equally impressive is Phoenix Commons itself. Built in 2016 and designed for a 55+ cohousing community, the amenities available to residents are numerous! Guest accommodations, community gym with exercise pool/spa and private therapy room, catering kitchen available for private use, library, media room bike and kayak storage, access to the estuary through private dock, numerous meeting rooms for community and resident use, and more!  

But the amenity that makes Phoenix Commons a remarkable place to call home is the intentional cohousing community. Residents contribute a few hours a month to the community they are a part of through various committees or support activities. There are a wide variety of options available to residents from landscape and gardening to finance and legal, and everything in between. 

Phoenix Commons is centrally located close to public transit, BART the Oakland International Airport and 880 freeway. You're also a quick trip across the Park St bridge to iconic Alameda with local shops, restaurants and a beautiful stretch of beach along the San Francisco Bay. 

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Anne McKereghan

Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty

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