Historic Origins

Jeremy Schnitker

The basics: This Tudor-style home was built in 1900 for one of Mill Valley's founders, Joseph G. Eastland, and designed by noted California architect Willis Polk.
On the market for the first time in 45 years, the property occupies a .81-acre lot in Cascade Canyon, a mile from downtown Mill Valley.
The two-story home opens on a large foyer with a redwood staircase with window seats and offers spacious rooms with high ceilings on both levels. The formal living room and dining room come with redwood paneling, and there's a lounge with access to the grand porch along the south side of the home.
The spacious kitchen has multiple large picture windows, updated appliances and a breakfast area.
Each of the bedrooms offers unique ceiling configurations and trim, while many of the home's bathrooms have vintage tiling and fixtures. The master bedroom has a fireplace.
What you'll love about it: The grounds, which contain a swimming pool, tall redwoods, a level lawn area, a wide porch and detached two-car garage.
Size: The seven-bedroom, four-bath home has 6,257 square feet of living space.
Listing agents: Bill Bullock or Lydia Sarkissian of Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty, (415) 517-7720, b.bullock@deckerbullocksir.com.
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