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Welcome to 233 Oak Knoll Loop - a home for future generations - in one of Walnut Heights most desired locales. Located across the street from La Reiu Park and just minutes from Downtown, this beautiful corner lot comes with Sport Court, detached office w/ vaulted ceilings and beautiful pool with automatic cover. Meandering paths take you by heart redwood fencing, multi seating areas, river rock and drought tolerant rose gardens, colorful Crepe Myrtles, Trex deck, concrete patio, and expanded pool deck for multiple latitudes of entertaining. This energy efficient home has solar for home and pool, Anderson wood windows, a whole house fan, and insulation throughout. Enjoy views of both yards from the updated kitchen dining combo or expanded 1st floor primary suite w/ spacious walk in closet and bath - where floor to ceiling windows optimize the natural light and frame green garden views. Designer colors and rich natural hardwoods create a soft yet warm environment for all seasons to come throughout this thoughtfully remodeled home. This is an exceptional floor plan for all ages: three upstairs bedrooms and attic storage, a library, and an oversized den w/ vaulted wood beamed ceilings, office nook, and tons of windows provide a separate space for parties, guests, and laughter.
Oak Knoll Loop and El Camino Corto are considered some of Walnut Heights most favored streets for their convenient location to Downtown, and their wide accesible roads. Gorgeous homes and lots throuhout these two areas have some of the lowest turnover rates in all of Walnut Creek. Some recent MLS stats that were taken on 9/15/23: Oak Knoll Loop areas (+-71 Homes): just 2 homes have sold in last 2 years. In the last 5 yrs: just 8 homes sold and just four of those sales were 4+ bedroom homes. In the last 2 years the Average Sales Price of all the 4+ bedroom homes (5 total) from El Camino Corto areas (+-71 homes) and Oak Knoll Loop areas (+-71 homes) was roughly $2,704,000. Only 9 homes have sold in the El Camino Corto area in the last 5 yrs. Nearby is also Walnut Creek's highest ever home sale: 1990 San Miguel Rd which listed for $4.3m and closed for $4.4m on 7/21/23. Also close by are freeway onramps for 680 and highway 24, Downtown Walnut Creek's Whole Foods, Kaiser, and Broadway Plaza. John Muir Medical Center, Shell Ridge, Las Trampas, Briones, and Sugarloaf Open Spaces. Close by Howe Homestead and Rudgear Park, across the street from La Reiu Park and a walkable distance to town.
Walnut Heights is largely considered one of Walnut Creek's most favorable areas because of the exceptional schools, large wooded lots, and beautiful homes being located just a few blocks from Downtown.
Walnut Creek, with its close proximity to Oakland and Mount Diablo, provides access to a vibrant downtown full of chic shops, quality schools, and good job opportunities at East Bay high-tech companies. Homes feature sprawling lots, more than three bedrooms, and are built in Mediterranean, traditional, and contemporary styles.
Shopping abounds in Walnut Creek's Broadway Plaza, an open-air regional shopping mall in the heart of downtown.
This popular commercial district combines small boutiques with upscale shopping experiences at Coach and Nordstrom. Dining at Bradley Ogden's famed Lark Creek and the Walnut Creek Yacht Club or enjoying the Walnut Creek Wine Walk is part of the downtown experience.
The Lesher Center for the Arts is the cultural center of Walnut Creek and presents hundreds of events each year — including musicals by local theater groups, and concerts by Diablo Symphony Orchestra and the Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra.
Walnut Creek’s 15 parks feature picnic areas, dog parks, and soccer fields. A skate park serves the city’s skateboarders, and the Butterfly Habitat Gardens in Civic Park is home to bring 25 species of butterflies and more than 100 species of California plants.