$4.5 million Bolinas house is a surfer’s paradise (May 24, 2018)
This summer colony house was forged from coastal redwoods in 1909 by a sea captain. Now, it’s a dream home for a seafaring adventurist, meditative yogi, or artist.
If you’re looking for a creative haven to call home, this is it.
San Francisco Chronicle
A 1.7-acre estate tucked away in the sleepy beach town of Bolinas at 201 Mesa Rd. and listed for $3.885 million offers two unique properties: a 100-year-old barn with soaring 35-foot-high-ceilings and a three-bedroom home with post-modern style.
“It’s like a mix of two entirely different eras,” says listing agent Cristina di Grazia of Sotheby’s. “You go into this groovy two-story house that has good energy and it’s quite spacious. And then you have this extremely majestic barn with original wide-plank, tongue-and-groove floors and redwood throughout.”
This home will make you want to move to Bolinas (April 8, 2017)
A delightful, sunny Bolinas home set on 10 pastoral acres and about a mile and a half from the sea is on the market for $5.295 million.
The estate on the Northern California beach community’s coveted Horseshoe Hill Road is a place of well-balanced paradoxes.
“The house is welcoming to a lifestyle that is very much a part of entertaining and family and barefootedness and food and certainly reflects the casualness of Bolinas,” said listing agent Cristina di Grazia of Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty. “This is a great house for napping.”
Stinson Beach home asks $5.9M (December 7, 2018)
Giving off faint Sea Ranch vibes, this circa-1980 home in Stinson Beach is just an hour away from San Francisco. But a world away from the city’s dingy streets and the Target-studded strip malls of Marin County’s east side.
And the backyard? It’s the beach. And the Pacific Ocean. Sure beats a fake lawn and yet another infinity pool.