A Waterfront Bay Area Beauty with Groovy Architecture Looks for $3.7M
Perched over the San Francisco Bay awaits a Northern California-lover’s personal paradise: 2027 Paradise Drive in Tiburon. The future homeowner will live the best of both worlds–adventurously outdoors and peacefully indoors. They can soak in the unobstructed waterfront views of the Bay and Angel Island while soaking up the sun from the back terrace and barbecue area. With the water right at your doorstep, kayak or paddleboard directly from the home or simply watch boaters sail by from the comfort of the recently-remodeled interiors. This dreamy lifestyle is up for grabs for $3.695 million.
The original architecture from when the home was built in 1978 defines its quirky character, but the groovy spread has since been updated to cater to modern California living. An open floor plan allows for entertaining. The interiors bring the outside in with natural materials and hues, plus tons of windows. It’s hard to deny the pad’s showpiece is the mezzanine, where glass crawls up the ceiling to even give views of the blue sky.
Large circular windows are reminiscent of portholes, a fun feel for a waterfront property. Not too big or too small, the house clocks in at 2,095 square feet and includes three bedrooms and three full bathrooms across three levels with an additional two-car garage level.
Tiburon is great for those looking for a laidback, coastal environment near San Fran. Carlos Santana long held a home in the Bay Area town, only selling it last year for $5.5 million. Josh Burns of Sotheby’s International Realty holds this unique listing.