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Bay Views for Morning Tea, A Japanese Teak Soaking Tub for Evening Bliss
2 BR, 2 Bath, Gourmet Kitchen & 3 Decks — $1,195,000
2 Issaquah Dock is one of the most convenient houseboat locations on San Francisco Bay, yet once you’re home it feels like you’re a million miles away. Offered by Sausalito’s leading floating home expert, Michele Affronte.  Click here for more information


Architectural Gem with the Deck of Your Dreams and Great Views
2 BR, 1 Bath, AC and Fireplace — SOLD
55 Liberty Dock offers views of the Bay and Mt. Tamalpais. Inside you’ll find great design and amenities, including a gourmet kitchen with a Wolf professional oven. Offered by Sausalito’s leading floating home expert, Michele Affronte.  Click here for more information


The S.S. Maggie: Modern Elegance Meets Historical Significance
3 BR, 2.5 Baths, Architectural Masterpiece — SOLD
34 S. Forty Dock has been a regular stop on the annual Sausalito  Floating Homes Tour, with three floors, three large decks and views of the Bay & Mt. Tamalpais.  Offered by Sausalito’s leading floating home expert, Michele Affronte.  Click here for more information


A Dramatic, Unforgettable Floating Home
2 BR, 2.5 Baths, Large Entertainment Room — SOLD 
39 Issaquah Dock features a premier deep water berth, three wonderful decks, space for a home office and views in all directions. A home you’ll never forget, Offered by Sausalito’s leading floating home expert, Michele Affronte.  Click here for more information


A Once in a Decade Opportunity     SOLD
66 Issaquah Dock is one of the finest floating homes in Sausalito, and is located in the perfect spot for 360-degree views. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths.  Offered by Sausalito’s leading floating home expert, Michele Affronte.  Click here for all the details.


Why My Family Has Been in this Area for Five Generations

Why has our family stayed in this area since 1905? The answer may sound like a marketing piece — I admit I’m passionate about Sausalito — but the explanation is actually very personal.
What if there were a town that felt like the best of California? Great views, moderate weather and the scent of saltwater breezes. Close enough to San Francisco to be convenient, far away enough to still feel like a small town. You could get there on one of the top-rated ferry routes in the world… or you could just ride your bike or drive.
There’d be an incredible range of restaurants from different cuisines, with great choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Everything from custom sandwiches at a deli counter to signature dishes from award winning chefs. For visitors, there’d be hotels with views of the water located in  the heart of town.
And if you lived in this California town, you’d feel a sense of gravitas and history. An artist’s colony that goes back for generations and isn’t just a theme-park show. Neighborhoods that date back almost 150 years, with stories of famous songs and the musicians who sang them. Popular writers and influential philosophers. Oh, and busboys who became movie stars, a madam who became Mayor, and a bartender who was already a gangster on the run.
Now you know why my family members have kept coming back here for generations. If you visit Sausalito you may start a tradition of your own!
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