645 Sausalito Blvd

645 Sausalito Boulevard is a lovely, quintessential Sausalito home. With dramatic water views of the bay, San Francisco, Angel Island, Oakland and the Bay Bridge. It has a generous, open floor plan with 2 large viewing decks. The spacious kitchen has a cozy family room with fireplace and breakfast nook that looks out onto a large terraced backyard with mature landscaping and plenty of space to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle. With 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on the second floor and an office on the entry level with a full bathroom, there is a thoughtful balance of public and private spaces for entertaining or relaxing. This elegant home provides lots of room to grow into over the years and is in move-in condition with the opportunity to add some finishing touches to the kitchens and bathrooms. Located on a charming tree lined street and just a quick stroll to town, this property provides special water views, a functional floor plan and landscaped patios to enjoy the enchanting natural surroundings. Once considered a bastion exclusively for artists and tourists, Sausalito is becoming a favorite destination for families looking to relocate to Marin. With the high praise for the re-imagined Willow Creek Charter School as well as many other new local amenities this town is experiencing a renaissance.



3,082 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

0.14 Acres lot


Located just four miles away from San Francisco, Sausalito is a beautiful waterfront town with amazing food and some of the views in Marin. The area is perfect whether you want to have a picnic at Dunphy park or a date night at Sushi Ran, a highly ranked restaurant by both Zagat and Michelin. On any nice day, Sausalito is a hub of activity in Marin. Local boat owners often sail over for food and drinks after a day on the water. Many restaurants like Scoma’s and The Spinnaker are located within walking distance of harbors and have balcony seating over the water. Sausalito is also very easily accessed by bikes, and tourists and residents alike often ride in from across The Golden Gate Bridge.  The residents form a very tightly knit community which can be seen through events like Jazz and Blues by the Bay and the annual Sausalito Art Festival. Sausalito is well known for its community of 400 colorful floating homes converted from houseboats. The Otis Redding song “(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay” was inspired by a visit to one of the floating homes, owned by famous promoter Bill Graham. Sausalito is also home to the Marin Headlands, which offers an unbeatable view from the hills above the Golden Gate Bridge. Right near the base of the bridge, Cavallo Point Lodge offers incredible food and a luxury spa. A four-minute walk down the road from Cavallo is the Bay Area discovery museum, the perfect place to take kids on a weekend. Sausalito is also a popular destination among surfers and beachgoers alike who spend their days at Fort Cronkite. There is never a shortage of things to do when living in Sausalito. 

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