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Yacht Lovers Dream House Could Be Your Dream Come True

Yacht Lovers Dream House Could Be Your Dream Come True

Whether boating, driving, or biking the Bay, you’ve likely seen (and coveted) 27 Bellevue, which rests gloriously on the shore of Corinthian Island. Now you can see inside:

Custom built in 2009 for a yacht racing enthusiast, and then later remodeled by a tech titan who also loves to race yachts, the 4,300 square foot interior imparts the feel of luxury seafaring. Floors are tile, wood or woven leather, walls and ceilings are paneled in wood. There are multiple levels for various recreation and leisure pursuits, again capturing the essence of a luxury cruise ship. An elevator serves each floor.

No yacht worth its (sea) salt– or in this case, no home built in homage to yachts—would neglect amazing outdoor amenities, and 27 Bellevue is no exception. There’s a pool, spa, outdoor shower, and a wide, curved deck looking out on the bay.

The effect is a feeling of floating, as if you could just sail off.

And you can: not in the home itself, but from that private dock with its electric ramp and 12,000 pound boat lift. This also means you could commute in impressive style, sailing under the Golden Gate Bridge while the less fortunate wait in traffic.

Want to take a tour? So do we, and theFrontSteps has your tickets for a cruise on 27 Bellevue. And if you’re interested in the Belvedere and Tiburon markets, and want to be the first to see stunning listings like this one, subscribe to theFrontSteps by clicking that handy little link in the bottom right of your screen.

-This amazing property is listed by Bill Smith and Ann Aylwin of Compass, and more details can be found at


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