Newly built tech-savvy contemporary in Tiburon
September 26, 2017 | San Francisco Chronicle
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Address: 86 Sugarloaf Drive, Tiburon.
Asking price: $6.995 million.
Description: Designed by OXB Studio, this newly built five-bedroom has refined finishes, grand scale, and dramatic views. Remote-control fireplaces, LED lighting, an elevator, collapsible glass doors and a five-camera security system are just some of the features found in this tech-savvy trilevel. Views include San Francisco’s skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge. The yard has a level lawn, a 1,000-square-foot deck. A private terrace sits off the master suite.
Don’t miss: The great room. The area has collapsible glass walls that open to a large deck, and the kitchen has Caesarstone counters, a walk-in pantry, high-end appliances and custom cabinets.
Square feet: 4,000