Diane Wagner’s Mill Valley Treehouse highlighted by SF Chronicle
March 13, 2017
Mill Valley modernized mid-century is an upscale treehouse
Built in 1964, the property at 146 Hazel Ave. retains mid-century modern features, but its 2005 remodel adds a lot to the home — particularly a lot of light.
The tall ceilings, from which windows drop clear to the floor, flood the interior with natural light; these windows create a kind of outside-in effect, with forest views that enhance the home’s serene, cabin-in-the woods feeling.
At 2,821 square feet, 146 Hazel Ave. offers four bedrooms (two with private patios), four baths, a family room, a bonus room for anything left the new owner might want to do with such a residence, plus a loft/lounge space nestled in way up in the home’s peak.
The kitchen, with oven, gas range, an high-end appliances, features informal and formal dining options, all with a full view of squirrel and blue jay activity. Outside, trees abound, with multiple decks for enjoying this 12,323-square-foot Mill Valley lot.
This location, as remote as it seems, is actually close to the Dipsea steps, which means easy downtown access plus proximity to local hiking trails.
While such a setting might to some readers seem priceless, this Cascade Canyon beauty isn’t: In fact, it can be yours for a very specific price: $1.675 million.
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