Originally published on CaliforniaHomeDesign.com
Sausalito, just over the Golden Gate Bridge, was a sleepy fishing town until the mid-'30s, when the bridge connected it to San Francisco. It's still lovely, protected from fog by a coastal ridge, and here are two houses open on Sunday.
224 Bulkley Avenue, Sausalito, $1.495M
Ever wonder what's behind those garages lining the winding streets above Sausalito? This classic 4-bed, 2-bath shingled Marin cottage is a perfect example. Probably built before WWII, the listing says it was last remodeled in 1933– meaning the blond wood kitchen was probably up-to-the minute back then. It still looks good. The views over the town and harbor are spectacular, while the house is sheltered among the trees, and it's a quick walk down to the village itself.
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