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Tracy McLaughlin’s Gorgeous Ross Home Earns SF Chronicle Walkthrough

Soothing style, welcoming pool patio defines Dutch Colonial in Ross

Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its arch itecture, history or character. More photos: www.sfgate.com/columns/walkthrough

Address: 65 Poplar Ave., Ross

Asking price: $4.495 million

Description : Two distinct stru ctur es occupy this lot near the College of Marin in downtown Ross. The main home, a two-story Dutch Colonial, blends period details and contemporary refinement throughout. A formal foyer offers an introdu ction as the floor plan segues to an elegant living room with a wood-burning fireplace and a formal dining room with glass doors openi ng to the garde n. Caesarstone counters and a Calacatt a subway tile backsplash accessorize a modern kitchen featuring bar seati ng for four. Upstairs, the master suite boasts a box beam ceiling, two closets, custom built-ins and a marble spa bathroom. An au pair apartment with a full kitchen and private entrance awaits inside a nvo-story guest house that also contain s a spacious family room with stone floors, timber accents and a gas log fireplace. Learn more at www.65poplar.com.

Don’t miss: The outdoors. Sited on one-third of an acre, the landscaped grounds offer lawns, a Bluestone patio that su rround s an in-ground pool, mature gardens and a built-in grill. A private gate opens to the Ross tennis courts and bike path.

Built : 1908

Square feet: 5,052 (total)

For more information:
Tracy McLaughlin, Pacific Union International Ross office

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