Would you buy this $5 million estate in Ross after a half million dollar price cut?
For prospective buyers looking for a slice of East Coast design in one the most exclusive communities in the West, this shingle-style home on the market wouldn’t look out of place among the historical cottages in the Hamptons.
Located in the tony enclave of Ross in Marin County, the 3,600-square-foot property offers comfort and privacy in a relatively newly constructed home. The home was initially listed at $5.5 million before a recent price cut to $4.95 million.
Constructed in 2007, the 5-bedroom, 4-bathroom property at 66 Bridge Road offers new amenities and features with high-end designer flair. The close collaboration between architectural firm Polsky Perlstein Architects and landscape architects Girvin Associates mean a consistent visual style between the interior of the home and the exterior.
In the living space, the property offers white marble and limestone finishes for the state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, walk-in pantry with wine refrigerators and massive retractable glass doors that open to the outdoors. The master bedroom has high ceilings, a lavishly furnished bathroom and opens directly to a private hot tub.
Outside, the property features a stone terrace, an in-ground saltwater pool with a waterfall, outdoor dining area and a 270-square-foot loggia with a wood-burning fireplace tucked among old-growth trees.
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