80 Laurel Grove Avenue, Kentfield

Long considered one of Ross’ most prominent estates, this extraordinary residence has been masterfully renovated with bespoke, timeless designer finishes throughout. Nationally acclaimed designer Nicole Hollis (www.nicolehollis.com) waived her wand of design magic with the implementation of magazine worthy finishes throughout. The extensive use of white marble, chic lighting, high-end plumbing and fixtures, and cutting-edge technology are seamlessly integrated to create a residential work of art. The sprawling, +-6,160 square foot (per Floor Plan Visuals) shingle style residence was originally inspired by the great homes of the Hamptons with a floor plan that offers rarely available five bedrooms, including the primary suite, on the upper level. Soaring scale is evident throughout with high ceilings and all-day light. The heart of the home is a grand scale “double” great room with large dining area that directly opens to the unrivaled, resort like grounds. The +- 2-acre property mirrors a “Napa in Marin” opportunity for both primary homeowners and those seeking a very conveniently located weekend home from San Francisco. The exterior living spaces, designed by Strata Landscape Architecture (www.strata-inc.com) include a 44’ by 18’ in-ground pool and integrated spa, fabulous outdoor dining area (currently seats 12) with overhang for sun protection, state of the art outdoor kitchen, high-end sound, lighting, and speakers, outdoor fireplace, two sweeping level lawns, mature plantings, playhouse, old growth trees, and all-day sun. Gated, quiet, and very private, 80 Laurel Grove also offers a rare combination of complete privacy and beautiful ridgeline views in the coveted flats, just +- three blocks from the award-winning K-8th grade Ross School, Ross Common, and Pixie Park. The residence is also located in close proximity to the extensive network of hiking and biking trails in the Phoenix Lake and Mount Baldy recreational areas in the Ross Valley.