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Mill Valley’s Most Expensive Home Sale Makes History

Bullock Sarkissian Team Raise the Bar with Record Breaking Sale at $11,460,000

San Francisco, CA – October 8, 2018 – Mill Valley’s most expensive home sale reached a record breaking $11,460,000, a historic high for one of Marin County’s most desirable enclaves minutes from San Francisco. The property, 33 Escalon Drive, is a classic-contemporary, shingled estate resting atop a completely private knoll with uninterrupted 360-degree panoramic views of the San Francisco skyline, San Francisco Bay, Alcatraz, the Bay Bridge, the Marin Headlands and Mount Tamalpais.

According to MLS records dating back to 1958, 33 Escalon is the highest recorded sale both On- and Off-MLS in Mill Valley by a significant margin, with 26 Sky Road and 95 Circle Avenue following at $8,150,000 and $7,200,000, respectively.

The estate was on the market for a mere 45 days, a relatively short period of time for homes priced above $10 million in Marin County. The record-breaking sale price is the latest benchmark transaction in a long-running legacy for the Bullock Sarkissian Team of Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty—comprising Bill Bullock, Lydia Sarkissian, Magda Sarkissian and Susan Southwood. As one of Marin County’s top producing real estate powerhouses, the Bullock Sarkissian Team has a reputation for not only setting record sale prices but also as industry influencers of the market, a result of their expertise, foresight, property preparation and unrivaled service.

In greater Marin County, a total of 44 homes sold for $10 million and above to date since the first recorded sale in 1999. Of those 44 homes, eight sold between $15 and $20 million and only four have sold at $20 million and above. Among that total of 44 homes sold, Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty (formerly known in Marin County as Decker Bullock Sotheby’s International Realty) has been represented in 22 (50%) of those home sales, while the Bullock Sarkissian Team have been represented in 14 (32%), or one in every three transactions.