116 Sugarloaf Drive, CA
Few homes compare to this sleek, soaring residence in Tiburon. Swiss architects Scheidegger & Tobias designed this modern property to take advantage of its 270-degree views overlooking the San Francisco Bay and three of its landmark bridges. This privileged vantage is best enjoyed from the residence’s upper level – an entertainer’s dream – with sunken living room, floating and rotatable fireplace, and a double height, circular glazed galleria. Considered details such as Ardex concrete floors and Eero Aarnio ceiling-hung “bubble chairs” seamlessly coexist with cutting edge technology, including Lutron one-touch graphic eye lighting, Savant-controlled surround sound audio system, and a state-of-the-art home theater.
The contemporary gem has four bedrooms, three full and one-half bathrooms. Dramatic views command attention from every room and multiple view side terraces appear to float between sky and Bay. Additional highlights include a private south facing outdoor terrace with built in Lynx barbecue, a sophisticated open-air kitchen with retractable television, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. This truly distinctive residence is above and beyond the rest.