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"Off-Market" Tiburon View Condo
Gorgeous Mid-century modern condo nestled in the heart of Tiburon. This 1,053-square-foot (per tax records) turnkey home features beautiful engineered laminate wood flooring throughout and includes two bedrooms and one bathroom. Extensively remodeled, a highlight of this light-filled home is the renovated gourmet kitchen that maximizes the open floor concept. With quartz countertops, a large quartz island, new stainless steel appliances, custom cabinets and a farmhouse sink, this stylish kitchen is the perfect backdrop for entertaining. Owners reconfigured the kitchen to allow for an island that fits 8 guests, and relocated the washer/dryer to the bathroom while many of these units have laundry in the kitchen. Other amenities of this exceptional top floor/end unit home include partial bay views from the private deck, as well as Strawberry and Mt. Tam views from multiple vantage points.
HOA dues are $462.63/month for this well-managed community which include access to the community pool, a large private storage unit and a one-car covered parking spot. This fantastic commuter locale extends everything Tiburon has to offer from top-notch schools to postcard views.
395 Cecilia Way, Belvedere Tiburon, CA 94920
Tiburon is known for its postcard views that include the San Francisco cityscape and Bay, Sausalito, Angel Island, the Golden Gate Bridge, and its landscape reminiscent of Europe. When you mix that with the proximity to San Francisco, the excellent school system, and the small town feel, it’s no wonder why it’s such a desirable place to call home.
Downtown Tiburon has a lot to offer tourists and residents alike. All of the amenities are there, including quality waterfront restaurants, a grocery store, a great library, coffee shops, bakeries, and unique boutiques.
Outdoor enthusiasts are right at home in Tiburon. Paradise Loop, a popular destination for cyclists, is easily accessible to locals… no trek across the Golden Gate required. The pet-friendly Ring Mountain Preserve is popular with trail runners, mountain bikers and geocaching kids. The ferry terminal makes it easy to spend an afternoon biking or hiking around the Angel Island’s state park.
Many homes here come with a relatively hefty price tag, and correspondingly the community is one of the more affluent in the county. The schools do an excellent job of raising money, making the award-winning Reed School District well-funded and highly sought after. Commuters have a variety of options, including Golden Gate Transit buses, ferry service from the Blue and Gold fleet, or for those who prefer to drive, there’s a shortcut via Trestle Glen to the homes off Paradise Drive.