$30 million Mediterranean-style mansion on the tip of Tiburon has jaw-dropping views over the bay
July 23, 2020
July 20, 2020 Updated: July 20, 2020 4:05 a.m.
Corinthian Island is not actually an island, but a spit of land that stretches out into the bay. The tiny, tony community includes homes in both Belvedere and Tiburon and given those high-end locales, it shouldn’t be surprising that it’s also home to the second-oldest yacht club in the country. It has less than 60 homes.
Many of the homes on Corinthian Island have their own docks, but not 74 Bellevue, which instead sits atop a private promontory above the water at the southernmost tip of the “island.” It was custom-built for its owners from the ground up in 2002 and has never before been on the market. It is now making its
debut at just under $30 million.
The home’s ultra-high price point will not be an issue for the right buyer, even with the current stormy economic climate, according to listing agent Bill Smith, who believes there is still plenty of wealth in the Bay Area. He thinks the home will be particularly attractive to high-end San Franciscans looking for more space, jaw-dropping views and fine, custom finishes. “This house is iconic as to location and superior construction,” he said. “It is truly one of a kind.”The home is perched on the southernmost tip of the island, on the Tiburon side, and has sweeping views of the bay and San Francisco skyline.
The copious outdoor spaces include a putting green and lawn, multiple terraces and mature privacy plantings. The owners refer to the home as a “personal resort,” according to Smith. The landscape designer was Chuck McDaniel of SWA, who also did luxury Cabo resort Las Ventanas al Paraiso.
The grand foyer of the home replaced a dilapidated property in the same location in 2002. The owners were very involved with the design decisions, which were led by architect Nuncio de Santis from HKS Dallas and interior designer Paul Duesing with Trisha Wilson Design, also in Dallas.
The wood beams in the main entertaining space came from an ancient Spanish monastary.
The interior entertaining spaces lead out to a covered outdoor dining area with stunning bay and city views.
One of the more secluded patios towards the front of the property has an outdoor kitchen and seating area with a pergola and a flat-screen TV.
There’s also a dine-in wine cellar, one of two on the lowest level, just off the three-car garage.
The premiere bedroom suite takes up the majority of the upper floor and has a huge walk out terrace. Three more bedrooms and a family room are one level below the entertaining floor.
The premiere bathroom with a view into the windowed walk-in closet, one of two in the suite. There is also an office on either side of the suite, offering “ideal opportunities for working from home,” according to Smith. Emily Landes is a writer and editor with an obsession for all things real estate.
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