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Marina Village waterfront condos for sale in Alameda
Marina Village is in a casual, tranquil setting with bike and walking paths wending through the complex. Marina Park is on the edge of the community adjacent to the Marina Village Harbor with its spectacular water views.
Bay Area Rapid Transit(BART) and 880 freeway are 5 minutes away from Marina Village and bus service and the Marina Village Shopping are just steps away. Marina Village also includes an office park, so residents might find themselves with a short walk to work. People who may want to buy a unit in the Marina Village community are looking for a carefree, maintenance free lifestyle.
"People really are buying a lifestyle, not just another condominium here," according to a former Marina Village sales representative. "They're close to the water -- in fact 30% of residents are boaters. "
Marina Village homes were built in 1988 with 178 units. Marina Village homes are currently selling for about $500,000 and up and they sell very quickly. All homeowners belong to a Homeowners Association (HOA), and pay dues which currently run about $490 per month.
Marina Village amenities include a pool and spa and a gorgeous greenbelt.Most units have lagoon view.
Chridren who live in Marina Village may attend these public schools: Maya Lin, an Arts Integrated Magnet school (formerly Washington Elementary), Wood Middle School and Encinal High School
Marina Shoreline Park is adjacent to the Marina Village community and blends beautifully with the greenbelt.
Shopping and restaurants: Marina Village Shopping Center
Alameda is a wonderful island community, with its tree lined streets, pleasant neighborhoods, great schools and lovely architecture. Named one of the best placed to live by Money Magazine, Alameda has a small town feel, a high median family income, a large number of educational institutions nearby, wonderful climate with excellent air quality and more than double the number of restaurants and libraries compared to other communities of a similar size and location.
Do you want to buy or sell your Marina Village home in the Alameda? I have lived in Alameda for nearly 40 years. I know the market and steps you need to take to buy or sell a home in Alameda. Call or text me at 510-504-5612 for my free booklets about buying or selling a home in Alameda. Visit my website or Facebook page Living in Alameda.
Disclaimer: ActiveRain Corp. does not necessarily endorse the real estate agents, loan officers and brokers listed on this site. These real estate profiles, blogs and blog entries are provided here as a courtesy to our visitors to help them make an informed decision when buying or selling a house. ActiveRain Corp. takes no responsibility for the content in these profiles, that are written by the members of this community.