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This lovely town home is walking distance to the Ferry and Downtown
Tiburon. Tri level tower Unit with private courtyard in a 4 unit
complex. Open the front door and look up to the stunning bell tower
cathedral ceiling. Main level has Lagoon Views from the large
living/dining area with gas fireplace and french doors opening to a
balcony overlooking private enclosed back yard. Bright kitchen
overlooks the front courtyard, with gas cooktop, stainless steel
appliances,white cabinetry and granite counters. Lower level features
spacious master suite with walk in closet, bathroom and granite
counters, deep bath tub and separate shower. French door access from
the master to the enclosed yard. Lower level additional guest
bedroom/office, laundry room and full bathroom. Upper level loft
bedroom with full bathroom could also be used as a 2nd master suite.
Enclosed yard features mature landscaping and turf. Two car detached
garage with attic storage. Shared driveway and circular courtyard for
easy in and out access. A very unique property to call home!
Initially, the school tower housed the bell which had been located in a tree near 416 Golden Gate, where for decades it rung as a fire alarm, and daily late in the afternoon to alert children to head home. In 1960, the bell was given to the Landmark Society and was installed atop Old St. Hilary's bell tower.
After closure of the school in 1978, the building was used for art, drama and dance classes upstairs, and for a childcare center downstairs. Over the half-century, the districts had acquired parcels on both sides of the original school site. However, the Land Company had reversionary rights to the original site, which created a problem when the school district declared all of the parcels surplus in 1982. The dilemma was resolved when the Land Company agreed to purchase the entire property. The old school building has since been converted into condominiums.
Large, historic homes perched on hillsides with commanding views of San Francisco Bay define Belvedere, one of Marin County and the Bay Area’s most desirable communities. With waterfront vistas that rival the Côte d'Azur (and prices to match), Belvedere is one of Marin's most exclusive enclaves. Waterfront activities are the reason many people move to Belvedere. Located on two former islands now filled in with causeways and separated by a private lagoon popular with kayakers, Belvedere is all about water. The San Francisco Yacht Club calls the city home. There’s no disputing that Belvedere is pricey.