New Listing - 622 Sausalito Blvd. Sausalito

Posted by Alex Narodny on Tuesday, July 12th, 2016 at 2:00pm.

This old world English Tudor home was designed by renowned Architect Arnold Sutterland Constable of England. Built in 1926, this handsome home is steeped in history, character and charm. Nearly every room of this hillside home has a panoramic view of the San Francisco skyline, from the Marina to Treasure Island and beyond. The living room opens to 18 ft tall vaulted ceilings with old hand hewn beams, a classic clinker-brick fireplace, cozy inglenook, and new living room extension with a spectacular view of San Francisco and the Bay.

 The formal dining room has a full city view as well, with French Doors that open to the new observatory deck for entertaining or al fresco dining. Hand milled Newell posts and gothic iron railing carry the design theme into the outdoors, and overlook the graceful English gardens and bay/city panorama.

 The remodeled kitchen and family room feature Viking appliances, Nu Heat tiled floors, lots of pantry space and a built-in comfortable Murphy bed. The office/den, known as “Mum’s Room”, has been used as a bedroom with its own wood burning fireplace and half bath, The new master suite has stunning San Francisco views, hand hewn beam ceiling, master bath with Ann Sacks tile, heated floors, LeFroy Boche fixtures , etched art glass shower, with steam unit. French doors open onto a private deck, with staircase to the expansive English gardens. The carved Monk Newell post welcomes one to the staircase to the upstairs. Here are two more bedrooms, a children’s attic reading room, full bath/shower with Ann Sacks tile, heated floor and access to the garage and large attic storage area. The lower level includes a stone faced wine cellar and art room, and access to winding stone stairs and nested patio’s under a canopy of large oak trees.

This enchanting home is in impeccable condition. The owners have lovingly restored and preserved the old world craftsmanship, provided important new living and entertainment space with much attention to design detail, and structural integrity. They have added much to the stature of this home and it’s gardens.

Features:

  1. Three Bedrooms/Two 1⁄2 Bathrooms
  2. Study/Den or Fourth Bedroom 
  3. Approx. 2,662 Sq. Ft. / 6,580 Lot 
  4. Designed by Renowned Architect, Arnold Sutherland Constable 
  5. Expansive Observatory Deck for dining
  6. Brazilian Cherry Floors
  7. Kitchen/Family Room Combo with Custom Murphy Bed
  8. Separate Wine Cellar/Art Room  
  9. Serene Landscaped English Gardens
  10. French Doors & Copper Roof /Gutters
  11. One Car Garage 
  12. Views of SF City, Bay Bridge, East Bay & Alcatraz from almost every room



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