California Oasis Redesigned by Skurman Architects Sells for $15.75M (PHOTOS)

California Oasis Redesigned by Skurman Architects Sells for $15.75M

SOLD | Built 1948 | 9,775 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 4.55 Acres
325 Upper Toyon Drive, Ross, California, United States, 94957
One of the most extraordinary estates in Marin County with a resort-like gated residence and 4.5+ acre grounds offering stunning views from every room, with 360 degree outlooks of Mt. Tam, San Francisco, the Ross Valley and the Bay, has sold for $15.75 million. The property had been on the market for $16.5 million. Gracious, spacious living combines classic elegance with casual comfort for today’s world. Completely redesigned and reconstructed in 2004 by award winning architect Andrew Skurman, this legacy estate offers sprawling space for remote learning, living and entertaining. The main level hosts a stunning living room with 14′ ceilings, gourmet kitchen/family room, spacious dining room, enormous primary suite with study & 2 en-suite bedrooms. Lower level hosts 2-3 additional bedrooms, recreation/media & game room, gym, office & 3 car garage. Showcased on numerous garden tours, the extraordinary grounds were designed by Michael Yandle and include a large level turf lawn, sparking pool, pool house, BBQ area. Additional amenities include a detached 2 bedroom guesthouse and adjacent trails. The property was on the market for $16.5 million with Carey Hagglund Condy of Compass.


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