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Where the mountains meet the sea...
325 Seadrift is one of the just 19 magnificent properties that were built along the Bolinas Lagoon in the coveted Seadrift gated community. With only three of these world-class estates having sold in the last ten years, this is an incredibly rare opportunity to acquire one of the most exclusive homes in Marin County.
Designed to frame sweeping views of the Bolinas Lagoon and the western slope of Mt Tamalpais, the property enjoys an open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows. The post-and-beam construction and knotty pine finishes balance the stunning landscape with the timeless design for this one-of-a-kind coastal retreat.
At 3,565 square feet, the expansive home hosts 4 ample bedrooms with three and a half baths, a sitting room, a sunroom, and an office. The centerpiece is the great room, adjacent to the dining room and chef’s kitchen, with twenty-foot ceilings and glass doors that open to a seventy-foot exterior deck, all overlooking the famous Bolinas Lagoon ecological preserve.
The large primary bedroom has a spacious closet, en suite bath, and large sliding doors that open to an inner courtyard, complete with a spa. The guest suite also enjoys a full bath. The estate has been impeccably maintained with updates to thoughtfully incorporate modern amenities while maintaining the classic design.
The backdrop for 325 Seadrift is the thriving Bolinas Lagoon coastal preserve. Stretching over 1,000 acres and host to tens of thousands of migrating shorebirds along the Pacific Flyway, the intertidal zone supports some of the most diverse biology in Northern California. Home to herons, egrets, pelicans, eagles and ospreys as well as harbor seals, sea lions, otters and steelhead and coho salmon and many more native species, this property offers a front-row seat to these natural wonders.
Additional outdoor amenities are just steps from the front door. A five minute walk takes you to the end of Seadrift Spit, with immediate access to exclusive surf and water sports, beach walking, tennis, and pickleball.
Bathed by refreshing ocean breezes, this secluded enclave of fewer than 1,000 full time residents offers the best of casual coastal living. Only a 35-minute drive from the Golden Gate Bridge on California state Route 1, Stinson Beach provides a welcome escape from the frantic pace of everyday life. Beachfront homeowners enjoy expansive ocean views, free of frontal roads or development.
The laid-back town of Stinson Beach has a small but vibrant Main Street with unique eateries, galleries, and a surf shop. After an exuberant day of swimming, surfing, hiking, or hang gliding, locals head for the patio of the Sand Dollar Restaurant for a plate of fish tacos and a cold beer.
Right in Stinson Beach’s backyard, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Mount Tamalpais State Park offer hiking through towering redwood forests and hillsides strewn with wildflowers. Trails at nearby Point Reyes National Seashore weave through open pastures, rugged ridges, and coastal cliffs. Only minutes away, Muir Woods National Monument entices visitors to gaze in awe at the thousand-year old giant trees.
Stinson Beach comes alive on the second Sunday of June, when it serves as the ending point for the annual running of the Dipsea Race, the second-oldest foot race in the U.S. In early fall, the California Road Club holds its Mt. Tamalpais Hill Climb, one of the oldest bicycle races in the West.
Beachfront homes in Stinson Beach provide a magnificent view of the Pacific Ocean. Sunny bungalows in town offer lush gardens and a casual, barefoot lifestyle. Wherever you choose to live in Stinson Beach, you’ll be only moments away from quiet sunset walks on the beach or energizing hikes through endless acres of open space.