Listed for $25 Million, Modern San Francisco Oasis Offers Unparalleled Views of Golden Gate Bridge

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The new property spreads over 7,000 square feet.

A rare home just hit the market in San Francisco Marina that will prove to be record-breaking when sold. 435 Marina Boulevard, listed for $25 million this past Friday, is a new build perched right on the Bay and features every high-end amenity you’d expect from a luxury property.While it’s the  most expensive property ever listed in the marina by far, the next-priciest listing was 3560 Baker, which sold for $8,700,000 on June 28, 2019.


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Spread out over 7,000 square feet, the five-bedroom abode boasts a modern design with a floating wood staircase, three-story glass curtain wall, and an entryway garden. Each bedroom is situated like a suite with spacious closets by California Closets, spa-like bathrooms, and private outdoor space. The master takes it one step further by having dual bathrooms, walk-in closets, and a deck with some of the best views in the house. 


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As far as entertaining goes, there’s also a lower level lounge that transforms into a theater with a projection screen and bar. Outside there’s a landscaped backyard complete with a fire pit and outdoor kitchen. An office on the lower level of the home also boasts views of the Marina Green and Alcatraz. Amenities also include an elevator to all levels, two laundry rooms, three outdoor barbecue areas, multiple skylights, and custom automatic window coverings. 


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Of course, it’s the breathtaking roof deck that the listing described as “the crown jewel of the home” and “dramatically showcases sweeping 360-degree views of San Francisco, the Bay, Marin, and the East Bay.” It’s there where you’ll find a fully equipped outdoor kitchen, speakers, lighting, and dedicated elevator access. It is designed for entertaining. 


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“Enjoy unparalleled courtside seats for Fleet Week and view the most iconic landmarks in San Francisco, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Fort Mason, the Palace of Fine Arts, and the Presidio, and the downtown skyline,” the listing describes. 


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The residence was designed by Vin Léger of EAG Studio and built by Citywest Construction with the light fixtures in the dining area and over the stairwell by Lindsey Adelman. The home is listed by Compass agent Camilla Moshayedi.