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Built in 2003, 167 Cazneau seamlessly fuses the warmth of Santa Barbara’s Mediterranean estates with the clean lines and open concept floor plans of today’s design aesthetic. This stunning 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home offers 11’ceilings in the main living areas with a great room featuring oversize windows to capture the gorgeous views of the Sausalito harbor, Richardson Bay and the rolling hills of Tiburon. The chef’s kitchen comes equipped with Gaggenau range & double ovens. A spacious and private primary suite features a cozy fireplace, view balcony, spa like bath with soaking tub, oversize walk-in closet and a secluded patio area complete with hot tub. Two additional en-suite bedrooms and a generous upstairs landing that does double duty as a sitting area or office nook complete the upper level. The two car attached garage plus additional off street parking for 2 more cars and elevator to the main living level round out the amenities of this lovely home. Ideally located in Sausalito’s desirable New Town neighborhood, just minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge, the hiking trails of the Marin headlands, and Sausalito's world class restaurants and spirited downtown this one is not to be missed.
Sausalito offers some the best views of San Francisco that Marin County has to offer. Stroll along the bayfront promenade on a weekend, and you'll hear the languages of visitors who come to Sausalito from all over the world. Tourists come for the Sausalito Art Festival, its hidden walks, its funky houseboat colonies, its seafood, and unforgettable views. But come during a weekday, and you'll likely have it all to yourself.
Sausalito’s Bridgeway is home to pleasant Dunphy Park, while the local library and Studio 333, a warehouse-sized art gallery, are a few blocks away. Food runs the gamut from Sushi Ran to Smitty's Bar -- where the bartender knows you your name and the kitchen serves up a delicious and unpretentious cheeseburger and fries.
Increasingly, Sausalito is home to new media and green-tech entrepreneurs who have traded in the Silicon Valley commute for a walk to headquarters along the Waterfront and Marinship District. Located just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, Sausalito boasts quick access to San Francisco by car, bus, ferry, or bike.