84 Vía La Brisa
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This extraordinary one level Larkspur Marina residence has been recently renovated with high-end, designer finishes throughout. The +-1938 square foot home seamlessly integrates high ceilings with great scale, optimal light and a highly desirable open floor plan. The extensive use of milled woodwork, classic white marble, and chic lighting has been incorporated throughout the magazine worthy renovation. The heart of the home is a grand scale great room that offers multiple flexible public spaces that can be customized to one’s personal needs. Perfectly site placed on a completely level lot, the 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence offers optimal indoor/outdoor living. Most of the home’s public rooms open to beautifully designed, mature rear yard and gardens. The beautifully landscaped grounds offer a pool site, large level lawns, a large deck, patio with arbor, and multiple opportunities for outdoor dining and entertaining. Just steps from the highly rated Redwood High School, the home is also walking distance to downtown Larkspur’s many fine shops and restaurants, and one minute by car from Highway 101, in what is one of Marin County’s most desirable commute locations.
One of the most spectacular features of houses in Larkspur is the scenery surrounding them. Redwoods rule in Larkspur. In Baltimore Park and Baltimore Canyon, giant redwoods grow straight out of the road, while the streets gently curve their way around these massive trees. Tucked away under the redwoods beneath Mount Tamalpais, Larkspur boasts a great dining scene. The main street, Magnolia Avenue, is a vibrant destination for food lovers who frequent restaurants such as Pizzeria Picco, Emporio Rulli, and the Left Bank Brasserie. The Lark Theater, also on Magnolia, has been restored to its art-deco glory by a community effort and screens first-run films. The Larkspur and Corte Madera Creek paths run a few blocks parallel to Magnolia on a former railroad right-of-way and are popular with families, dog walkers, and bikers on their way to Point Reyes.