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Many homes in Tiburon and Belvedere offer exquisite bay views, but occasionally, one listing can stand out from all the splendor, and 180 Beach Road stands tall. A pristinely preserved Queen Anne Victorian,“Tuckey House” was among the first to be constructed on Belvedere Island’s sequestered cove. It is now for sale for the first time in almost four decades.

Banking history

Built in 1892, the home, according to the official website, was originally built for San Francisco Wells Fargo executive Alfred Tuckey, who “enjoyed it as a summer cottage with his family.”

The historic significance of the property goes way beyond listing agent effusion: In 2008, Tuckey House earned the distinction of designated historic landmark, “which entitles its owners to a significant property tax reduction via voluntary participation in the California Mills Act.”

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