Quiet sophistication sets the tone for this expansive 4+ bedroom home.
Fostering a love of modern architecture, art and design, this understatement of luxury combines elegance with relaxation. Detailed attention has been given to the oversized slabs of white Carrara and Calacatta marble, playful textures and mood lighting. Every room including the large home gym opens to a deck and a view through floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood glass. Even the garage has a view. As much thoughtfulness has been given to the outdoor space as the indoor. Flat grassy areas are complimented by the natural gravitation from the upward hillside cascading to a hugen infinity pool and the Bay below. Flow seamlessly from room to room, top to bottom the space speaks for itself. Winding up to the large and private olive tree-lined drive, number 11 sits perched elegantly on the southward facing slope of Mt. Tiburon. Water meets water as you enter through a grand 168 ft waterfall to stunning views of the San Francisco, the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. The property is held by perfectly aged heritage cedars and a grassy hillside providing both privacy and solitude. Entering the home is like entering a work of art, experiential and moving. Stone stepping a custom fountain up to the massive glass door doesn’t begin to prepare you for the view that awaits. Upon entering the custom Fleetwood Pivot Cantina cantilever door, the artistry of the space clearly matches the artistry of the view. Serene and stoic, rich, broad-plank oak floors make way to stunning amounts of stark white Italian marble from the 8 foot mantle to the expansive island and counter tops. All slabs are artfully butterfly seamed and backlit for subtlety. This great room boasts two living areas, a dining space for 12 or more and state-of-the-art kitchen.Designed with a professional chef in mind, this thoughtfully appointed kitchen has all Miele appliances, including large matching refrigerator and freezer, six-burner gas stovetop, two dishwasher, two ovens, coffee maker, wine fridge and microwave. Custom cabinetry with LED lighting on toe kicks frames the space. The sprawling marble island holds a 36” Miele range with hidden vents and plenty of room for casual counter seating. A second prep sink is located on a side counter over the wine refrigerator. Easily accessible from the Great Room, enter the casually elegant master suite through a bright, lofty, gallery home office. Ample adjoining double walk-in closets, and an artful water closet make way to the perfect bathroom. Large windows frame an oversized tub that sits gracefully in a full wetshower room equipped with 129 shower heads for the ultimate bathing experience. Relax on a private deck taking in the premiere views of the Golden Gate Bridge and surrounding island hillsides that poets and mystics have dreamed in for centuries. Wall to wall glass extends to the lower level that boasts two additional bedrooms, multi- functional media/game room, temperature controlled exceptional walk-in wine cellarstorage and an enviable laundry room. The home gym space can become anything you want it to be.The custom rubber flooring is removable, opening it up as an additional bedroom, media room, office or even sauna in the adjacent storage room. The wrap deck extends to the infinity pool making recreation and fitness a breeze. State of the art full home automation are provided by Lutron systems. This fully customizable system offers owners the ultimate flexibility. Lighting, thermostats, pool lighting, landscape lighting all at the touch of a button. The home is pre-wired for five listening Sonos ready areas. The media/game room is ready with a Dolby 7.1. Everything from smart nest thermostats, intelliget CO detectors, garage door, pool lighting and of course the media can be all controlled with iOS or Android devices. Office, media room and bedrooms are all wired with Ethernet, Coax and HDMI. with central location for technology on a AV mini-closet in the laundry room. Originally inhabited by the area’s Miwok tribe, most of Tiburon rich history began in the late 1700’s. It has seen dairy farms, railroad and shipping ports, WWII Naval operations but never officially incorporated until 1965. The town has been developed thoughtfully over the years to protect the existing biodiversity and presence of rare species as well as preserve beauty and serenity. Oozing with charm and sophistication, Tiburon features numerous small boutiques and restaurants. This sleepy, waterfront town is infused with a festive atmosphere on Friday evenings in the spring and summer when the town’s Main Street is closed to vehicles and transformed into a large alfresco dining area for “Friday Nights on Main”. All three of Tiburon’s public schools have been recognized as “California Distinguished Schools” by the state Department of Education. St. Hilary School, a Catholic primary school for children in grades K-8, is also located in Tiburon. Only minutes away from San Francisco’s Golden Gate bridge,easy commute to The City Tiburon sets the standard for Marin living.