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JUST SOLD

TRICKED-OUT CABIN IN THE WOODS

523 TAMALPAIS DRIVE
$689,000

MILL VALLEY, CA 94941

 

Property Features

1940s Cabin
Completely Renovated in 2016
Includes 3 separate parcels
11,392’ sq lot (combined) per Realist Tax Records
Surrounded by pristine Redwood Trees
Rustic Hardwood Floors
Custom Kitchen Cabinetry
New Gas Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator
Custom Walnut Shelving throughout
Custom Millwork Media Center
Stylish Light Fixtures throughout
New Stackable Washer/ Dryer
Brand New Bathroom Finishes
Radiant heat floors in bath
Steam Shower
Darling Sleeping Loft
New private outdoor patio surrounded by nature
New Furnace
New Windows and Screens
New Doors

 
 

Welcome to 523 Tamalpais Drive in bucolic Mill Valley. Surrounded entirely by mature redwood trees, this is an opportunity to own an original hunting cabin, secluded in nature yet close to all sort of conveniences and amenities. Access the home by crossing a bridge over a creek, up a short trail and you’re immediately welcomed by this charming, unique get away property. The current owners did a total remodel, so while rustic in its’ setting, you have all modern amenities. Hip, stylish and efficient this could be an adorable primary residence, a great second home or a possible Airbnb.

SHOWN EXCLUSIVELY BY APPOINTMENT
 
Neighborhood

Nestled at the foot of Mount Tamalpais, this is one of the most charming communities you will find.  Offering convenient access to San Francisco but also to nature, hiking and of course the coast.

There are dozens of trails within Mill Valley for hiking, running or mountain biking. You can essentially explore all of Marin right from this town. Or head straight out on the Dipsea and you’ll wind up at the Pacific Ocean.

 

Homes in this Marin County city range from 500-square-foot hunter's cabins to multimillion-dollar mansions tucked away on winding, narrow lanes under the redwoods. There's nowhere else like it.