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Location: Sausalito, California
Bay Area architect Warren Callister was known for his dramatic, magical use of redwood and now, a stellar example of his work has come back on the market in Sausalito, California. Built in 1951, the 3,800-square-foot home shows off striking angles and even more arresting views over Richardson Bay.
After descending down to the main living level, enter to find the living room with gorgeous beam ceilings, built-ins, and panoramic views. Last sold for $2.9 million in February 2015, the place seems to be returning with some refreshing updates.
Old carpeting has gone away to make room for fabulous wood flooring, while the kitchen now sports a cheerful white and blue scheme, as well as new lighting fixtures and a farmhouse sink.
Upstairs, it’s more wood and stunning views for the four bedrooms, which all have carpeting and ribbon windows. The property, sitting on a sloped 0.27 acres, also includes scenic outdoors spaces, including multiple decks and a rear lawn.
Interested in more under-appreciated regional architects around the country? Check out our month-long series “Modernist Next Door,” which includes a spotlight on fellow Bay Area architect Roger Lee.
Located at 250 Currey Lane, this gem is asking $3,595,000.