Gorgeous New Tiburon Property Hits The Market

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86 Sugarloaf
86 Sugarloaf

Photo Credit: Jason Wells

Sugarloaf Drive is one of the most prestigious streets in Tiburon. Rarely does an entirely new home in the exclusive Marin neighborhood come on the market, but such is the case with 86 Sugarloaf Drive. The 4,000 square foot glass, stucco, and wood residence was designed by OXB Studio with architect Ted Bonneau. Constructed from the ground up with precision and care, no detail was overlooked. The house has soaring ceilings, clean lines, and sexy, upscale finishes.

The living space opens up to a deck
The living space opens up to a deck

Photo Credit: Jason Wells

It’s a five-bedroom residence with three-and-a-half bathrooms. The layout of the rooms is optimal for families as four of the bedrooms (including the master suite) are on the upper level with the fifth, en-suite bedroom (ideal for guests) on the main level. A state of the art elevator makes traveling between the floors quick and seamless. A large open great room with dining and living spaces—that opens up to a 1,000 square-foot terrace—is perfect for entertaining. The spacious kitchen has a center island with bar seating, Caesarstone counters, a walk-in custom-built pantry, stainless steel appliances, and two dishwashers. Upstairs in the master, the bathroom has dual vanities, a stand-alone bathtub, walk-in shower with mosaic tile design, skylight, and private toilet closet.

The backside of 86 Sugarloaf
The backside of 86 Sugarloaf

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86 Sugarloaf’s other amenities include remote controlled fireplaces, energy efficient lighting, a five-camera security system with alarm, ample storage, wine refrigerator, gas barbecue with rotisserie, fire pit, and two driveways that can hold up to 10 cars. Although there is no pool, the home has been approved for one and the infrastructure to add an in-ground swimming pool is in place.

The view from one of the bedrooms
The view from one of the bedrooms

Photo Credit: Jason Wells

Of course, the best thing about the property is its stunning view that extends from Mt. Tam and the Belvedere lagoon, to Angel Island and both towers of the Golden Gate Bridge, and to downtown San Francisco. Hiking and running trails are immediately accessible from the house. Interested buyers should contact  Tracy McLaughlin of Pacific Union Real Estate in Marin County or Barbara Major of Sotheby’s International Real Estate in Mill Valley.

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