The Late Bill Graham's "Guitar House" Hits the Market for a Rockin' $25 Million

The Late Bill Graham's "Guitar House" Hits the Market for a Rockin' $25 Million


Get everything you could ever want in a home for a cool $25 mil.

Nestled in the trees, this 11-acre modern estate holds dazzling views of the SF skyline and panoramas of the surrounding lush, green hills. Roughly 10 miles from the city, this is the ultimate escape; and the highest priced home on the market in Marin. The house holds more than one can imagine—reminiscent of the dwellings you'd gawk over on MTV cribs; which is fitting considering it's known as the Guitar House, once home to the late rock director, Bill Graham. Though the original digs were razed, the new structure maintains musical touches. In 2002, the current house was built for Michael Klein, an environmentalist, board member of the Rain Forest Action Network, and music lover.

Designed by green architect Sim Van der Ryn, the pied-à-terre has something for everyone—a water slide, music studio and home theatre, regulation racquetball court, and an extensive organic garden with orchard and greenhouse. Clean interiors include a muted peach palette, plentiful natural light, hardwood floors, and multiple fireplaces that exude a warm energy through the sprawling space. An outdoor kitchen and deck are an entertainer's delight for cozy nights; and afterwards your guests can stay in the 2 bed, 2 bath guesthouse.

Location: 800 Corte Madera Ave (Corte Madera)

Size: 13,635 sq. ft.

Bedrooms: 7

Bathrooms: 5 full, 9 half baths

Asking price: $25,000,000

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