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Long considered one of San Anselmo’s true legacy properties, this shingle style farmhouse inspired residence has been masterfully restored with designer finishes throughout. Restoration Hardware lighting and accessories have been seamlessly blended with magazine worthy authentic architectural details throughout. The 4 plus bedroom and 3.5-bathroom residence offers an optimal floor plan with 4 bedrooms, including the primary suite, on the upper level. Great scale with high ceilings, all day light, and generous public and private spaces grace the +-3,000 square foot residence. The completely level +-1/4 acre grounds are resort like and include an elevated spa/hot tub, spacious deck and hardscape for outdoor dining and entertaining, large in-ground pool, additional play space for sports and games, level front and rear lawns, Olive trees, Old growth Oaks, fountains, and mature plantings throughout. The residence is located in the coveted flats of San Anselmo, at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, just blocks from downtown San Anselmo’s many famed shops, restaurants, and Andronico’s Market.
The “Barn” Building
*Pre-construction and styling services provided by Berry Design Works ([email protected])
Great weather, access to hiking and biking trails, good schools, and a strong, vibrant downtown make San Anselmo a desirable destination for Marin County homebuyers looking to live a little off the beaten track.
The neighborhood surrounding the San Francisco Theological Seminary is a quiet, leafy enclave of large, older houses with well-tended yards. Heading up Butterfield Road will take you to the rolling hills above San Anselmo and sweeping views of the open spaces, grasslands, and oak trees of northern Marin County. Downtown, locals get their fill of delicious food at MH Bread and Butter or Cucina and and shop for clothing, gifts and accessories in many of the downtown boutiques.
San Anselmo is a town made for strolling. Small shops and many restaurants line the main street, which backs onto the active San Anselmo Creek.