Set on a storybook street in one of Oakland’s hidden enclaves, 321 Covington is an adorable mid-century bungalow with unique spaces that cascade down to a beautiful yard. The home sits comfortably off the street with whimsical landscaping and charming casement windows. Step through the front door to a foyer and dining zone framed with a large bookcase that is the central point of the main level. The bedrooms and bathroom are cozy and tucked away off of the dining room. The kitchen retains its original charm coupled with laundry and great pantry space. Flow a half step down through french doors into the living room where you’ll find wall-to-wall carpet and a mid-century fireplace. This room was enclosed after it’s original construction giving it a one-of-a-kind feel. Flow just a bit more through sliding doors and you’ll find yourself on the patio dining area with handsome pergola. The patio leads into a grassy yard with a huge maple for shade. A large 300+ sq ft studio space in the yard is currently being utilized for music production and a home office. The studio could also have good additional living space potential. One of the best features of 321 Covington is undoubtedly its location. Sheffield Village has a small community feel and a unique park space that is well-kept and funded through a small annual HOA fee. It sits just below Lake Chabot and at the base of the Oakland Hills with great neighborhood walkability, easy access to 580, walkable to Estudillo shops, and feeds into the San Leandro school district. This home has the small town feel, the eclectic vibe, and the proximity to Bay Area hot spots that only Oakland can pull off.