27 Frances Avenue
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A very rare opportunity presents itself in the offering of the recently completed spectacular renovation at 27 Frances Avenue in Larkspur. Spearheaded by the widely respected architectural design team of Wagstaff and Rogers (Wagstaffrogersarch.com), the New England inspired 4 bedroom, 3 full bathroom residence offers an unparalleled and highly efficient floor plan, great scale, and ample light throughout. The heart of the smart home is an incredible great room with soaring ceilings and tall glass doors that open directly to the large level yard and outdoor entertaining spaces. The architectural design team incorporated high-end, timeless designer finishes throughout including the extensive use of Walker Zanger tiles, wide Oak flooring, and chic, designer lighting. The floor plan offers two bedrooms, including the master, on the main level, and two additional bedrooms on the lower level. The +- 2,041 square foot residence is perfectly site placed on a completely level lot with all day sun and stunning views of Mt Tam. The outdoor living spaces include a covered bluestone porch, bluestone rear patio with outdoor kitchen, gas firepit, and large level front and rear lawns. The residence is just one block from Rustic Bakery and M & G’s, and blocks from Woodlands Market, Bacich Elementary School and Kent Middle School, and the area’s walking/running path.
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.