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Traditional Japanese Houses for Sale in Oakland, CA

Browse traditional Japanese houses for sale in Oakland, CA. Traditional Japanese influence on American architecture and design can be seen throughout the US.
Iconic American architect Frank Lloyd Wright was fascinated by Japanese wood prints and the elements that married indoors and outdoors together.
Mid-century modern design is influenced by Japanese design. Examples include sliding or glass walls and open floor plans.

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Charming 2 bedroom 1 bath home. Tile thru out home, living room dining room open floor plan. Shed in the back with good size back yard. Great for fi...
This 1679-square foot live/work loft unit is an end unit with a private patio, large kitchen and an open floor plan for a modern, clean feel. High cei...
Truly a must-see DUPLEX with loads of upside potential. Wouldn't it be nice to have help paying your mortgage? 3 bed/2 bath downstairs and 3 bed/ 2 ba...
This charming split level home is nestled in a desired location. Enjoy the open floor plan, spacious kitchen, hardwood floors, splendid backyard, bonu...
Beautiful High end Multi-Family Property Newly Remodeled property from the foundation up. The two larger units have wonderful chef's kitchen's with ...
Desirable and rarely available. Most light and spacious top floor 2bd/2ba unit that offers views of golf course, privacy and exposure. Open floor plan...
WOW! Just Finished Remodel ! Victorial Era 2 Houses on One Lot... Upper Front is 4 Bedrooms 2 1/2 Bathrooms. Kitchen has High Ceilings, Open Floor Pla...
Welcome to 79 Shadow Mountain, this town home is nestled in the Oakland Hills with panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay. A spacious 3 bedroom, 2.5...
Welcome to 88 Franklin. This light-filled 2 bedroom 2 bathroom condominium is located on the top floor and has amazing city views. The freshly painted...
This gorgeous Hiller Highlands townhouse features a spacious and sun-drenched open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, chef’s kitchen, ...
Transparent pricing for this exclusively remodeled craftsman completed in 2021. This property has been transformed using superior construction & unpar...
Welcome to this Montclair Gardens, top floor, two bedroom condominium. Rare opportunity to live in this exceptionally located, serene and quiet tree t...
One of Oakland’s most sought-after apartment living locations. The floor-to-ceiling windows provide gorgeous panoramic views of the Bay, the city, the...
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Spacious 2 bed 2 bath condo in the Pacific Renaissance Plaza, one of the most desirable buildings in Oakland Chinatown. Plenty of natural light, open ...
Welcome Home to a lovely Toler Heights Townhome. You will love the desirable end unit location within the cul de sac. Once inside you will appreciate ...
Impeccably maintained home in Jingletown's Estuary community. This über chic townhome was once the developer’s own unit. It has a bright, open floor p...
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Welcome to this beautiful sun filled home in desirable Upper Dimond/Lower Oakmore Neighborhood. Gorgeous open floor plan with hardwood floors, crown m...
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Still Available!! This 1-bedrm unit is Southwest facing with views of the Oakland/Alameda Estuary. Updated and Remodeled kitchen & bathroom, & built-i...
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Frequently Asked Questions for Traditional Japanese Houses for Sale in Oakland, CA

Why are Japanese style homes popular?

Neutral color palettes, minimalism and simplicity, lack of decoration, strong and clean lines, open floor plans, and the highlighting and incorporating of nature are among the reasons why Japanese styles are a popular choice.

How many Traditional Japanese Houses for Sale in Oakland, CA?

There are 36 Traditional Japanese Houses in Oakland, CA currently.

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