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Considered one of the most architecturally distinctive homes in Mill Valley, 357 Rose Avenue is reminiscent of the illustrious homes that one would find along the coastline of Malibu. The iconic, Jared Polsky contemporary design was completed in 2011, and offers the very finest in clean architectural lines, great scale, large open public rooms, and timeless finishes throughout. The 4 bedroom, 3 full and 2 half bathroom +-3,915 square foot residence offers a versatile floor plan with the juxtaposition of three grand, open living spaces on the main level. All public spaces on the main level, and most residential spaces, open to large exterior living spaces, allowing for optimal indoor/outdoor living throughout. The heart of the home is a grand scale great room with soaring ceilings that opens to an adjacent large outdoor deck. Sweeping views are enjoyed from almost every room that incorporate the San Francisco Bay, Bay Bridge, and miles of Mill Valley’s stunning ridgeline. The state-of-the-art elevator, accessed off the garage level, allows for very easy access to all four levels. Beautifully designed, low maintenance, mostly drought resistant gardens allow for an easy “lock and go” residence. The quiet and private residence shares a property line with the highly desirable Cypress Trail, accessible just steps from the rear yard and gardens. Additionally, the residence is located just minutes from downtown Mill Valley’s many festive restaurants, shops, theater and live music venues, and an optimal commute to downtown San Francisco, San Francisco International Airport, and the Bay Area’s Silicon Valley.
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Family-friendly Mill Valley is all about schools and sports. Nestled at the foot of Mount Tamalpais, homes in the Marin County city range from 500-square-foot hunter's cabins to multimillion-dollar mansions tucked away on winding, narrow lanes under the redwoods.
Coffee is king in Mill Valley. Downtown, three separate coffee shops do a brisk business. At the Depot, as the sunny town center is called, moms with strollers, kids on tricycles, and teenagers kicking hacky sacks relax in the open-air plaza, which now houses an independent bookstore and cafe. The Depot is also a jumping-off spot for hikers and mountain bikers heading up the slopes of Mount Tamalpais. Nightlife in Mill Valley is anchored by Sweetwater Music Hall, which hosts many well-known musical acts.
As the groomed playing fields at the community center attest, sports are big in Mill Valley, with soccer, baseball, and lacrosse leagues all popular.