21095 Gary #311, Hayward

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Edificionado is pleased to represent the sellers of this tastefully upgraded top floor condominium in the Mesa Verde complex in Hayward. Mesa Verde was built by local Hayward developer Ken Earp over more than a decade from the late 70s through the early 90s in a style that is probably best described as a hybrid of late Third Bay Region and Mediterranean. It occupies a prominent location at the junction of 238 and 580 with views across the bay, miles of walking trails, and multiple pools and recreation facilities. Despite his familiarity with local tastes, Earp himself was not a native Californian. He moved to the Bay Area from Tennessee when he was in the Air Force and quickly made a name for himself in Hayward where he settled. He would return to Tennessee after 40 years to retire where he grew up, but while he was here he made a significant and lasting impact on the shape of the central East Bay.

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Edificionado is an Oakland-based real estate brokerage specializing in architecturally and historically significant homes. BRE 01883790
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