Click to View
loading your dream home...
Showcasing beautiful views all the way to Belvedere Lagoon, this sophisticated architectural home makes a statement. A tree-lined path creates a sense of privacy and seclusion for this home, which features a sunny library with built-in shelving, vaulted ceilings and a formal dining area with floor-to-ceiling glass doors. With a large deck and seating area in the front of the home for greeting friends and neighbors, plus a spacious living room with a gas fireplace that opens to an expansive view deck, the well-conceived interior/exterior plan facilitates an easy flow for entertaining. A breakfast bar in the kitchen add to the appeal, while a generous lower level adds versatility. It includes a full guest suite, a potential home fitness center and additional space ready for the buyer’s finishing touch. The primary suite is perched on the top floor to maximize the view. Features include vaulted ceilings, a retreat and an adjacent principal room that could be perfect for a nursery/home office or secondary bedroom. Available for the first time in 50 years, the home shows pride of ownership throughout and many unique architectural features, including Spanish tile floors, wood-paneled accent walls on the spiral stairway, and an intimate, atrium-style seating area off of the dining room. Other highlights include a carport and ample storage space.
Large, historic homes perched on hillsides with commanding views of San Francisco Bay define Belvedere, one of Marin County and the Bay Area’s most desirable communities. With waterfront vistas that rival the Côte d'Azur (and prices to match), Belvedere is one of Marin's most exclusive enclaves.
Waterfront activities are the reason many people move to Belvedere. Located on two former islands now filled in with causeways and separated by a private lagoon popular with kayakers, Belvedere is all about water. The San Francisco Yacht Club calls the city home.
There’s no disputing that Belvedere is pricey.