69 Issaquah Dock, Sausalito $2,500,000
3 bedrooms, 2 baths
Three floors of living space, a premier deep-water berth,
and 360-degree views.
Location. Architecture. Craftsmanship. It’s all here.
Open-water views are rare in houseboat communities. This home has them.
Deep water berths are precious. This home floats in deep water.
A true gourmet kitchen is a hard-to-find feature. This home has one.
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Stretching across approximately 2,000 square feet of living space and offering 3 bedrooms with 2 baths, this spectacular 3-story Floating Home features an open floor-plan complemented by soothing tones and extraordinary finishes.
Just a few of the many sophisticated amenities are bamboo wood floors and a grand living room with a gas fireplace — another hard-to-find feature. The exquisite gourmet kitchen has a professional cook’s French stove, along with a stainless steel dishwasher and refrigerator.
The top-floor master suite presents stunning 360-degree views of the Bay from the bedroom and bath combined, with Mount Tamalpais, Tiburon, The Bay Bridge and more. Far to the south lies the San Francisco skyline, ready to light up at night behind the silhouettes of sailboats in the marina.
The master bath offers a shower with Bay views. All built-ins are thoughtfully arranged, and designed with both views and comfort in mind.
You’ll sip an ice-cold beverage after work on your sky deck, with sweeping views of the Bay. On the main floor, picture windows in the living room frame look out across open water. Just steps away is the back deck, with a float where you can haul out your kayaks and tie up your boats. .
Glide downstairs and you’ll find two bedrooms, an office and lots of storage. One storage area offers room for a perfect wine cellar.
One downstairs bedroom features built-in bunk beds, portholes, and sleek wood finishes inspired by custom yachts from around the world! The other downstairs bedroom features an electric fireplace and lots of storage.
The owners updated this home with love and quality. Luxury and solitude emanate from this grand location on the Bay.
It is truly one of a kind. Please show to your most discerning buyers.
Sausalito floating home specialist Michele Affronte is excited to share this unique new listing. This home offers the almost-impossible combination of modern design, practical open floor plans, plenty of space, luxurious upgrades, extraordinary finishes, stunning views and a perfect location.
As a long-time resident, Michele understands the warm and supportive culture of Sausalito’s houseboat community, and why so many people settle here. She’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about this exciting lifestyle and this beautiful home.
To contact Michele Affronte and learn more about this beautiful home, click here! You can also call 415-798-0236, or email Michele at email@example.com. Her personal website can be found by clicking here.
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This beautiful Floating Home is berthed in the heart of Sausalito’s famous houseboat community, just north of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, California. This is the area where Otis Redding wrote the classic song, “Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay” in 1967, making this one of the most prestigious houseboat addresses in the world.
65 years ago movie star Sterling Hayden and philosopher Alan Watts held their versions of the Paris salons of Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso and F. Scott Fitzgerald in this area. Although those large events — and the bohemian vessels where they were held — are now long gone, residents still entertain neighbors and host discussions on a smaller, more intimate scale.
Today the neighborhood is a fascinating mix of people, with residents ranging from artists to entrepreneurs and from pilots to interior designers.
A small store, a deli that’s been featured on TV restaurant shows, and a highly-rated casual restaurant are just a block or two away. A shopping center and regional transit hub for bus service are located several blocks away.
Just a block from the entrance to Issaquah Dock lies the Mill Valley-Sausalito Multi-Use Path. To the north your bike ride leads to the trails of Mt. Tamalpais. To the south you can ride across the Golden Gate Bridge to San Francisco.
A few blocks to the south are a supermarket, the post office, an art gallery supported by over 100 local artists, and a wide range of coffee shops, diners and restaurants including American, Chinese, Himalayan, Indian, Mexican, Middle Eastern and Pizza.