Real Estate Agent Near Me – Montclair in Oakland, California

December 10, 2021

Oakland, California is a beautiful city with many diverse neighborhoods. If you’re looking for a vibrant and eclectic community to call home, the Montclair neighborhood should be at the top of your list. This article will explore all that Montclair has to offer its residents and visitors. From its bountiful parks and charms schools to […]

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Oakland, California is a beautiful city with many diverse neighborhoods. If you’re looking for a vibrant and eclectic community to call home, the Montclair neighborhood should be at the top of your list. This article will explore all that Montclair has to offer its residents and visitors. From its bountiful parks and charms schools to its charming boutiques and lively restaurants, you’ll find everything you need here! So, if you’re considering making Oakland your new home, be sure to check out Montclair – you won’t regret it!

Things to Do in Montclair

There’s no shortage of things to do in Oakland, California. From exploring the vibrant arts and cultural scene to enjoying some of the best food in the Bay Area, there’s something for everyone in this diverse city. If you’re looking for some suggestions on what to do during your visit, check out our list of some of the best activities and attractions in Montclair. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned local, we know you’ll find something fun and exciting to do in this vibrant neighborhood!

Montclair is blessed with an abundance of fun attractions for residents and visitors to enjoy. Here’s a shortlist of our favorites:

1. Roberts Regional Recreation Area | 10570 Skyline Blvd, Oakland, CA 94611, United States

This 87-acre area is a popular place for family and group picnicking with its lush setting off Skyline Boulevard in Oakland at an elevation nearly 1000 feet higher than that found on most other city streets or parks, thanks to second-growth redwood trees which only grew here between 1840 – 1860 when plenty was being logged due west towards San Jose after gold was discovered just below where it now stands during what’s called The Gold Rush era (1848).

Roberts Regional Recreation Area features a baseball field, playfields, and sand volleyball court available on a first-come basis. Roberts Park also contains an accessible children’s area with barrier-free accessibility for wheelchairs that encourages independence through games designed specifically to meet your child’s developmental needs!

 2. Montclair Railroad Trail | 1901-1903 Asilomar Dr, Oakland, CA 94611, United States

Passenger rail service through this canyon began in 1913 as the Oakland, Antioch, and Eastern Railway. In 1928 this line became part of the Sacramento Northern Railroad which provided passenger and freight service for over seventy-five years until it was replaced by buses after World War II when San Francisco’s Trans Bay Interurban Highway Bridge opened up to cars on both decks – making these trains obsolete!

Living in Montclair

The northern California town of Montclair in Oakland is a hidden gem. It’s tucked away amid the hills and valleys which make up much of the area, but it has plenty to offer for people looking to settle down in this hipster haven. The main street runs north-south through the center of town, with stores on one side and restaurants on the other. There are also a number of parks throughout town where you can take your dog or just enjoy a nice walk or picnic lunch. If you’re feeling adventurous there are hiking trails nearby too!

Residents of Montclair are blessed to live in an area full of nature while also being quite close to city life. There is never a shortage of coffee shops, parks, or shopping centers to enjoy within a five-minute drive of Montclair. Residents are also able to enjoy a rich spiritual life at the following houses of worship:

1. St Theresa Church | 30 Mandalay Rd, Oakland, CA 94618, United States

Catholicism is a heavenly gift that allows us to become fully human and alive. Catholicism invites you, as it does us-to come to experience the joy of knowing our Lord Jesus Christ who truly lives!

The Church has been called “the People of God” because they understand themselves primarily in terms of ultimate love: not just an emotional feeling but rather deep intimacy with someone else–a romance where one person can share everything good or bad about themself without fear.  It’s this depth of relationship made possible through sharing your life story which makes being Catholic so powerful for both individual followers/Mortimore roots.

2. Zion Lutheran Church | 5201 Park Blvd, Piedmont, CA 94611, United States

Zion Lutheran Church is a member church of the Missouri Synod, which believes that every person has been created uniquely and is infinitely valuable. They believe humans can be redeemed through Jesus’ death on Calvary as well as empowered with purpose by God’s loving design for each individual life according to His plan.

Zion Lutheran Chruch subscribes wholeheartedly to these beliefs about faith in its various expressions: from quiet reflection before icons depicting scenes from scripture or artfully arranged flowerpots filled not only heart-wrenching beauty but also hope; singing collectively hymns so powerful they bring tears while forming words together like music echoing off stone walls–even dancing under angelic strands.

3. St John’s Episcopal Church | 1707 Gouldin Rd, Oakland, CA 94611, United States

St. John’s Welcomes You! Through invitation, inclusion, and action they welcome all people just as God created them. No matter where you are on your journey of faith or what stage in life is happening to you at this moment; whether single or honeymooner newly married couple with children — no boundaries apply when it comes down St Johns’ way for welcoming everyone — young & old alike, couples living together without being married yet have families that have been formed from previous relationships– single moms by choice who can’t wait until they find themselves matched up again someday soon.

Parks, Schools & Other Points of Interest in Montclair 

Montclair is a neighborhood in Oakland, California with a lot to offer visitors and residents alike. There are several parks, schools, and other points of interest in the area that are worth checking out. Whether you’re looking for something to do on a sunny day or you need to find a great place to live, Montclair has something for everyone. Keep reading to learn more about what this vibrant neighborhood has to offer. Here’s a short list all located in Montclair:  

1. Shepherd Canyon Park | 6000 Shepherd Canyon Rd, Oakland, CA 94611, United States

Hiking up to Shepherd Canyon Park from Montclair Village on the Montclair Railroad Trail is a wonderful way to spend your morning. You’ll have access not only for hiking, but also if you prefer; there’s easy parking at this location! The playing fields are always bustling with activity and provide great views of San Francisco while playing your favorite sports (or just take in some sun). If it starts raining or if things get too wet down below, the favorite place by far would be these picnic tables near Escher Drive which offer shelter against strong winds coming off Pacific Ocean waves during those stormy days when we can’t escape outside into nature.

2. Montclair Recreation Center | 6300 Moraga Ave, Oakland, CA 94611, United States

The Montclair District is a community that values fitness and outdoor living. The duck pond, picnic areas, tennis courts make it great for people who want to enjoy the outdoors with their family or friends in tow! Not only can you play ball but they also have modern play equipment so even little ones will be able to indulge their creativity without fear of injury- how awesome is that?

3. KSS Immersion Preschool of Oakland – Montclair. | 1650 Mountain Blvd, Oakland, CA 94611, United States

Kindergarten students at KSS thrive under the caring instruction of experienced teachers from Spanish-speaking countries across North and South America. Their directors and instructors are from Peru, Guatemala, Mexico, or Venezuela (to name just a few).

The curriculum is designed for preschoolers to build their native language proficiency in preparation for kindergarten learning; it also helps them connect globally within their diverse world culture by increasing awareness about other cultures through storytelling activities like making art projects depicting scenes involving people- which means they speak different languages but get along famously nonetheless!

4. Oakland Public Library: Montclair Branch | 1687 Mountain Blvd, Oakland, CA 94611, United States

The Montclair Branch of the Oakland Public Library is a great place to go if you need to study or get some work done. The library offers free Wi-Fi, and plenty of space to spread out. They also have a great selection of books, magazines, and DVDs. If you’re looking for a place to relax, the Montclair Branch also has a large reading room with comfortable chairs. Plus, the staff is super friendly and always willing to help!

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My passion is meeting new people, getting to know them and learning their stories. Before I jumped into the world of real estate, I spent nearly 15 years in front of the camera anchoring and reporting the news. The mix of being a Bay Area native, Emmy-winning reporter and now Realtor gives me a deep understanding of the market and has made me an excellent listener and communicator.

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