The basics: This Tudor-style home was built in 1900 by 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 a detached two-car garage.
Size: The seven-bedroom, four-bath home has 6,257 square feet of living space.