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This beautifully renovated, Jared Polsky designed residence was recently completed and boasts outstanding, bespoke design finishes throughout. A stunning blend of designer lighting, tile, marble, and custom finishes grace the 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home. Great scale and a very flexible floor plan define the public spaces that anchor the beautifully restored kitchen. The heart of the house is a grand scale great room that opens directly to the sweeping level lawn and pool site. The ideal floor plan offers one level living if needed with the master suite and two additional bedrooms on the main level, with a fourth bedroom on the lower level; ideal for au-pairs, teens, or in-laws. The +-2335 square foot home is perfectly site placed to take advantage of park like outdoor living spaces including a huge level lawn, fabulous outdoor dining and entertaining areas with café style string lights, outdoor grilling area, and mature trees and plantings. The residence is ideally located just off the coveted flats of Greenbrae, in one of Marin’s best commute locations, just minutes to Highway 101 for a fast commute to San Francisco and the Silicon Valley.
One of the most spectacular features of houses in Larkspur is the scenery surrounding them. Redwoods rule in Larkspur. In Baltimore Park and Baltimore Canyon, giant redwoods grow straight out of the road, while the streets gently curve their way around these massive trees. Tucked away under the redwoods beneath Mount Tamalpais, Larkspur boasts a great dining scene. The main street, Magnolia Avenue, is a vibrant destination for food lovers who frequent restaurants such as Pizzeria Picco, Emporio Rulli, and the Left Bank Brasserie. The Lark Theater, also on Magnolia, has been restored to its art-deco glory by a community effort and screens first-run films. The Larkspur and Corte Madera Creek paths run a few blocks parallel to Magnolia on a former railroad right-of-way and are popular with families, dog walkers, and bikers on their way to Point Reyes.