Don’t call them houseboats; the marine properties you see dotting the docks in Bay Area locales like Sausalito and Mission Creek aren’t boats at all, they’re floating homes. And while many are among the most idyllic and beautiful Bay Area properties, they remain something of an oddity, the sort of thing only a very particular … Continue reading Floating Homes: The SF Housing Trend That Never Got Its Due
Just sold: The perfect Marin County location, and the perfect home to feel connected to urban life, but removed from the city, and in the midst of all that Corte Madera has to offer.
What makes a home listing stand out? Sometimes its historicity, sometimes it’s architectural daring, and sometimes it’s the insight that a property can provide about a city or neighborhood. But maybe the simplest way is just to be worth a whole pile of money, as in the case of 9 Walsh Drive, which listed this … Continue reading Mill Valley’s Most Expensive Home Asks $12.5 Million
The Sausalito waterfront is thick with a peculiar varietal of home-buying prospect, the ever-whimsical and increasingly popular floating homes. Most of us have seen them, but few understand how they really work. For one thing, more often than not outsiders refer to these piscine properties as “houseboats,” but in most cases that’s not strictly accurate. … Continue reading The Truth About Marin County’s Floating Homes