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Originally completed in 1916 in classic “cottage style” architecture, this magazine worthy residence has been beautifully restored with timeless, high-end finishes throughout. The 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom main residence plus guest house total +-2,800 square feet and offer an incredible blend of designer lighting, high-end fixtures, tall ceilings, and beautifully appointed bathrooms and kitchen that are seamlessly integrated for an unrivaled residential experience. The beautifully designed chef’s kitchen is grand in size and opens directly to the level exterior living spaces for a seamless indoor/outdoor flow. The cottage style architecture, timeless in design, is carried through the addition of a chic one bedroom, one bathroom detached guest cottage. The spectacular, mature gardens include old growth trees, a level lawn, huge exterior deck for al fresco dinners and outdoor entertaining, floral gardens, and a large brick patio ideally located behind the upper level, ideal for games or a spa/tub. 154 Crescent Road is ideally located just two blocks from the coveted flats of Corte Madera’s most vibrant shops and restaurants with steps that lead directly to the wildly popular and intimate Zinz wine bar, Menke Park (home of the Sunday Summer Concert Series), the bike path, the Joe Wagner Field which is host of many children’s sporting events, and in very close proximity to downtown Larkspur’s many famed shops and restaurants. The residence is also located in one of Marin’s very best commute locations, just blocks to Highway 101 for a very quick commute to downtown San Francisco, SFO, and Silicon Valley.
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Upper Level: Main Residence
Lower Level: Main Residence
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Nestled between the slopes of Mount Tamalpais and the marshlands of San Francisco Bay, Corte Madera is home to excellent schools and parks and all the expected urban amenities, making it a great place to raise a family in Marin County.
While the malls provide great shopping, there's more to Corte Madera than retailers and easy access to San Francisco. Civic organizations donate the flower baskets that hang on almost every lamppost in town and coordinate the town's blowout 4th of July Parade. Corte Madera is home to MarinScapes, the annual art show that has raised more than $1 million dollars for Buckelew Programs, which helps fight mental illness.
Little Leaguers take full advantage of the spacious, well-tended parks and ball fields. Families have been enjoying the relaxed atmosphere and delicious Italian country cooking at Benissimo Restaurant & Bar since 1987. And Corte Madera can claim Book Passage, an independent bookstore with a busy calendar of classes, workshops, and author readings that bring in literary luminaries.