Trilevel Sausalito Home Boasts Refined Spaces, Great Views
March 9, 2017 | SF Chronicle
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Address: 123 Woodward Ave., Sausalito
Asking price: $4.588 million
The Kentfield home built in 1981 boasts more than 6,000 square feet of living space. Picturesque and palatial Kentfield estate 17140 Keaton Ave. is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom contemporary set on a .65-acre lot in Sonoma. Vineyard views from Wine Country contemporary The home has hosted musical events, gubentorial debates and international speakers. Artful elegance of San Rafael’s Hydrangea House
Description: Refined spaces with great views. The newly completed trilevel is tucked into a hillside just east of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Fleetwood glass, tall ceilings, floating reveal baseboards and Italian marble are some of the features in a home that also has a custom sound system, intercom and elevator. The property includes a guest house, as well as a tranquil water feature beside a built-in bench outside. The open kitchen in the great room has stone and stainless steel accessories, and the dining area stands beside floor-to-ceiling windows. The top level is devoted to a dramatic master bedroom that includes a custom wardrobe, ribbon-flame fireplace and spa bathroom with steam shower and a soaking tub. More details available at www.123woodward.com.
Don’t miss: The master suite’s bay views, and glass-railed decks on every level. There’s also the convenience of a funicular as an alternative to climbing the steps between the garage and front door.
Square feet: 5,545