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Condo tucked inside storybook castle in East Oakland asks $585K

Developed by builder Robert Cleveland Hillen and designed by architect Walter W. Dixon in the late 1920s, the storybook-style homes on East Oakland’s Picardy Drive are notable even when they aren’t set up with their famed Christmas lights and decorations. All the homes here have fanciful features like turrets, ornate brick and iron work, and dramatic
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