Presented by Chris Backer
Single Level Mid-Century Modern Gem
Situated on one of the best lots on Hillside Ave, this spectacular estate sits on nearly 1 acre (38,664 sq. ft. per tax records) with Mt. Tam and San Francisco Bay views. Not on the market in almost 40 years, this 2,760 sq. ft. (per floor plan visuals) home offers single level living at its best. The mid-century modern architecture allows for maximum light flow with floor to ceiling dual pane windows, a long pronounced skylight, and open beam vaulted ceilings. The living space includes a master suite with his and hers closets, two additional bedrooms including an office, and two and a half bathrooms. The open concept kitchen has an octagonal center island that was featured in Sunset Magazine. This is your opportunity to either redesign, expand, or live-in as-is; the possibilities are endless. Let this gated estate serve as a year round enclave or summer weekend spot.
Some other highlights include:
Gated private driveway with parking pad for up to 8 cars
Views of Mt. Tamalpais, the San Francisco Bay, the East Bay and Downtown Oakland
Sun soaked flat lot tucked in behind a grove of Redwood trees
Drought tolerant landscaping and numerous fruit trees
Pool with solar heating
- Separate Laundry and Utility Room
Two car garage with extra storage
Minutes to shops and restaurants in Kentfield and Ross
Award winning Kentfield Schools
Located in the County of Marin jurisdiction, with a R1-B3 zoning distinction, the possibilities are endless for adding square footage and taking this property to the next level.
250 Hillside Ave, Kentfield, CA 94904
Kentfield is an unincorporated area of Marin County nestled at the base of Mt. Tamalpais between Larkspur and Ross along Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, anchored by the College of Marin—a vibrant community college—and the popular Woodlands Market. The area is upscale and mostly residential, with many large homes on generous, flat lots.
The Kent Woodlands neighborhood of 550 homes has an idyllic, sylvan flavor, with many estate homes on sprawling, private parcels. It’s governed by the Kent Woodlands Property Owners Association, which oversees traffic safety, fire preparedness, a rigorous architectural review process, social activities, representation on countywide issues and maintenance of community development standards.
Shopping and restaurant options are limited in Kentfield, but those of neighboring towns are readily accessible as is the convenience of the nearby Larkspur Ferry Terminal. The Kentfield public schools, which are shared with Greenbrae, are some of the most sought after in the county.