Historic cottage brings Cape Cod to Sausalito
June 24, 2020
The Cape Cod style cottage at 493 Bridgeway was built in 1904 as one of Sausalito’s original summer homes. Today, it remains a perfect escape for San Franciscans looking to relocate or find a second home in the quiet suburbs of Marin.
Historical records convey the home’s rich history. In the 1960s, the home was used as an antique shop, owned by the French Consulate’s wife who brought the iron gate from France.
Steps from the water’s edge and the lifestyle of a quaint village offering exquisite dining, coffee shops, galleries, shopping, strolling, and picture-perfect views. Get your morning exercise by walking the Bridgeway Promenade, climbing Excelsior Lane steps, or hiking Marin Headlands with its spectacular views of the hills rising above the ocean.
This three bedroom, two bathroom updated East Coast style home has gorgeous period details including crown molding, high ceilings, and beautifully refinished hardwood floors. The elegant living room features state of the art gas fireplace, built-in shelving and a bay window with mesmerizing bay and city views.
A generous family/dining room is adjacent to the kitchen, offering the perfect layout for entertaining guests. The spacious, sun-lit kitchen is equipped with custom cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops and backsplash, stainless steel appliances, porcelain farmhouse sink, and vintage-style lighting.
All three bedrooms are ample in size with plenty of closet space and incredible natural light. The bathrooms are tastefully updated with marble. Views from the master bedroom capture the spectacular vistas of the sparkling Bay and the shimmering San Francisco skyline.
A short drive across the world-famous Golden Gate Bridge brings you to the magical town of Sausalito. This waterfront Banana Belt home offers unobstructed views of the sparkling water of the Bay, the San Francisco skyline, Bay Bridge, Treasure Island, East Bay, Angel Island and Alcatraz.
493 Bridgeway, Sausalito is listed at $2,199,000 by Julia Bernardini and Victoria Clemons.Visit External Link