Just a short stroll from downtown Tiburon and the ferry, this rare and unique historic home is awash in charming architectural details of the late Edwardian era, which include a covered front porch, glass faced front door with original hardware, formal foyer, hardwood floors, coved ceilings, wainscoting, moldings, decorative fireplace, and original built-in dining room cabinetry. And though the home exudes character and vintage charm of a bygone era, all the major systems were updated in the 1990s; including plumbing, heating, electrical, and foundation. A new roof was installed in 2017. The main floor includes the living room, dining room, foyer, kitchen, and master bedroom suite. From the master suite, the views will simply take your breath away. But it is especially once out on the master bedroom's large south deck, that the scale of the unobstructed panoramic views can be fully appreciated.
Back indoors, the chef's kitchen boasts granite counters, double ovens, a six burner Viking range, island bar, and eat in breakfast nook. The home's garden level consists of three large, light filled bedrooms (one with direct garden access), a split bath (each with its own sink), laundry room, and large storage room, with wine closet. Untapped potential resides in the home's large, full floor attic space, with high ceilings and a Bay facing window. A verdant private garden unfolds like a miniature compound, with mature landscaping, multiple seating areas, decks, patios, gardening areas, roses bushes, a small green house, gazebo, basketball / sport court play area, grass area, custom playhouse and small separate cottage structure with multiple potential uses. There is also a fully detached two car garage with enough off-street driveway parking for two additional cars.
This prime Tiburon location is just a stone's throw from the Bay, and less than a mile to town.