Go Big and Go Home to This $4.5 Million Sausalito Abode

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Tiny houses might be on trend in San Francisco, but in Sausalito, bigger is definitely better.

Case in point, this contemporary four-level residence, which features high ceilings, full walls of glass, oak floors, and daylit rooms that open onto private decks, where you can enjoy sweeping views of the Richardson Bay and Tiburon from your hilltop perch.

With four bedrooms plus a detached guest suite, this home is big enough to house even your extended family and is ideal for entertaining—stereo surround sound means dance parties both indoors and out. The custom chef's kitchen, a vision in Calacatta marble, is kitted out with a huge center island, high-end stainless steel appliances, and a wet bar with a built-in wine refrigerator.

In the master suite, you'll find a glass-and-stone floating fireplace, walk-in closets, and a Carrara marble and stone bathroom with a steam shower and modern tub. Too tired to walk up the stairs? In addition to the in-house elevator, there is a state-of-the-art "hillevator" for easy access from the street-level garage.



Location: 123 Woodward Avenue (Sausalito)

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 5.5

Square Footage: 5,545

Lot Size: 0.61 acres

Asking price: $4,588,000


// For more information, visit marinfinehomes.com

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