Jerry Garcia’s Former Stinson Beach Home Hits the Market for $4.3 Million

Jerry Garcia’s Former Stinson Beach Home Hits the Market for $4.3 Million


Calling all Deadheads, this is your chance to sleep in the same bedroom as Jerry Garcia!

This 2,750-square-foot estate in Marin, where Garcia lived for seven years in the 1970s with his wife and young daughters, has not only housed Grateful Dead members but also seen such guests as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Carlos Santana and other classic rock icons.

While the house has changed hands numerous times since Garcia lived there, if anything, it became more rock-and-roll.

"When Jerry lived there, obviously it was much more bucolic and laid back," Jon DiRienzo, the listing agent for the property, told the Marin Independent Journal. "It was not as fancy as it is now; they had farm animals, a horse and a pet crow."

Now the house features a heated black-bottom pool and spa, outdoor stone fireplace, viewing deck and vaulted ceilings surrounded by the redwoods and California poppies of Mount Tamalpais State Park.

The one keepsake that remains from the Garcias' time in the house is a custom-made door which leads to Jerry Garcia's studio. "It was handcrafted by a local Deadhead and wood carved and brass inlaid," DiRienzo added. "It's a beauty."

Location: 18 Avenida Farralone

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 4.5

Square Footage: 2,751

Lot Size: 4,7916 SF lot

Asking price: $4,350,000

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