Bordering Horse Hill, at the end of the cul-de-sac, this modern home features outstanding and awe-inspiring views, phenomenal indoor/outdoor flow, 5 Bedrooms/4 Bathrooms with a 1/1 In-Law unit above the massive 2 car garage and workshop. Extensively remodeled in 2013, this home showcases the beauty of Marin County through the many oversized windows, multiple sets of French doors and several skylights. There is an additional office space as well as a lofted entertainment/play room above the kitchen, creating yet two other distinct and utilitarian spaces.
• Remodeled Interior
• New silent Bosch dishwasher, Electrolux oven and microwave, and replaced left of the side by side Liebhr refrigerators
• WOLF oven and 4 burner + griddle stove; hood over the range
• Breakfast bar and family room area with new fireplace insert
• Completely remodeled in 2013: bedroom, bathroom, seating area and walk-in closet
• Bathroom vanity is made of local re-used Redwood by Madera Furniture in Fairfax
In-Law Unit located above the attached garage
• Kitchenette includes: sink, storage, mini refrigerator and microwave
• Full bathroom with stall shower
• Open floorplan with extra storage space
• Views of Horse Hill, Marin Headlands and Mt Tamalpais
• Completely new Ipe hardwood decking
• Small eatery bar overlooking Horse Hill
• Installed an Altamar Sundance hot tub, seats 5 people comfortably
• Terraced rear and side yard areas
• Updated irrigation system with rain detector
Miscellaneous Remodeled Features
• New shingle roof
• Laundry room renovated with new GE washer and dryer
• New hardwood flooring in Dining Room, Kitchen and in-law unit
• New electrical wiring, updated all ceiling lights and switches to low energy
• New organic wool carpet in guest bedrooms, in-law unit and lofted play room
• New toilet and vanity in guest bathroom
• New closet interiors in guest bedrooms adjacent the master suite
• New exterior lighting, various window and window screen replacements
• Replaced springs, rollers and bearings on automatic garage door
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- Cathedral Ceiling
- Formal Entry
- Open Beam Ceiling
- Dining Room
- Family Room
- Living Room
- Street Entrance
- Master Suite(s)
- Guest Suite
- Part Carpet
- Part Hardwood
- Central Heat
- Natural Gas
- Ceiling Insulation
- Dual Pane Windows
- Wall Insulation
- Jack & Jill
- Stall Shower
- Tub-Master Bedroom
- Breakfast Area
- Dishwasher Incl.
- Disposal Incl
- Double Oven Incl.
- Gas Range Incl.
- Hood Over Range
- Microwave Incl.
- Refrigerator Incl.
- Cathedral Ceiling
Garage, Attached, Auto Door, 5 or More Spaces, Off Street
Additional Property Details
Lot Square Footage:
- Cable TV Available
- Gas Water Heater
- Internet Available
- Natural Gas
Homeowners Association (HOA)
More About Mill Valley
Although you wouldn’t know it today, there was a time when Bay Areans knew Mill Valley (so named because it was the sight of the first sawmill in Marin County) for its summer vacation homes.
But it wouldn’t be long until San Francisco businessmen, attracted to it’s easy-going nature, began leaving the City’s busy streets to make the commute home to Mill Valley. Today, just over a century later, Mill Valley is one of the most desirable places to call home.
In a Few Words
On a warm, sunny day, there’s nothing better than venturing out in Mill Valley to find a spot overlooking the Bay where you can unwind and refresh, ride Mt. Tam, or go for a long hike.
If it’s more organized activities you crave, the City of Mill Valley is known for its fun cultural events and seasonal celebrations.
Each year, droves of people head to Old Mill Park for the Annual Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival.
If you’re a movie-buff, fall is the season for you as it marks the return of the Mill Valley Film Festival and its award-winning, international features, documentaries, shorts and children’s films.
There’s also a wide selection of fine dining, leisure cafés and on-the-go favorites, all at your fingertips:
On Locust Avenue between Sycamore and Walnut, look for a metal plaque set in the sidewalk that marks an area thought to be the 1781 birthplace of Chief Marin. Marin County and the Marin Islands are believed to be named in his honor.
Why Mill Valley?
Top-rated public schools, strong community involvement, and access to some of nature’s finest trails, parks and beaches continue to make Mill Valley one of the most sought-after communities in the Bay Area.