• $4,995,000
  • 5 Beds
  • 2.5 Baths
  • 3,738 SqFt
  • MLS# 21703126

This Neo-Nantucket-Georgian Revival house at 750 LOVELL AVENUE was designed by Paden Prichard and sits on approximately 3.5 acres with sunny southern exposure. It has a running stream that forms a lovely pond behind an old reservoir that then cascades over a dramatic waterfall. 

The home has five bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. The living room offers a gracious 18-foot-high ceiling and features a 15th century carved marble fireplace similar to the one in the Doge’s Palace in Venice. Gourmet kitchen includes many high-end appliances—a six-burner Thermador with griddle, Sub Zero refrigerator and freezer, and Gaggenau oven, Wolf convection oven + microwave, and Bosch dishwasher and warming drawer. The kitchen opens into a generous sitting and dining area and a large deck for indoor-outdoor living and entertaining.

The large master suite has a sitting area and adjoining balcony overlooking the pond. The upper level children’s wing has three bedrooms each with a forged iron balcony. The children’s bathroom is divided into three rooms—separate bath/shower, toilet, sinks—for efficient use of space. All rooms have stunning views to the outdoors. There is extensive use of custom designed, hand-made solid Cherry cabinets, bookcases and doors throughout. Convenient legal attached second unit for au-pair or guests. Enjoy a gentle and soothing environment among the trees on this one of a kind property.


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At-a-Glance Although you wouldn’t know it today, there was a time when Bay Areans knew Mill Valley (so named because it was the sight of the first sawmill in Marin County) for its summer vacation homes. But it wouldn’t be long until San Francisco businessmen, attracted to it’s easy-going nature, began leaving the City’s busy streets to make the commute home to Mill Valley. Today, just over a century later, Mill Valley is one of the most desirable places to call home. In a Few Words Family-and commuter-friendly Living Here On a warm, sunny day, there’s nothing better than venturing out in Mill Valley to find a spot overlooking the Bay where you can unwind and refresh, r...

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