Mill Valley History in Cascade Canyon!

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Sharon Kramlich presents:

Downtown Mill Valley Home


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Cascade Canyon Home!









Mill Valley History in Cascade Canyon!
Built in 1904 as a summer home and extensively renovated over the years,  this wonderful home has been occupied by only 2 Mill Valley families! Perched high above Cascade Drive, and located in the most beautiful and private setting, overlooking the majestic redwood trees and Cascade Canyon below. Bathed in natural light this home truly is one of the hidden gems of Mill Valley! 
Remodeled throughout, combining traditional character with modern sophistication and featuring a wonderful sought after open  floor plan, with high ceilings and lots of natural light throughout. The main level, features quarter sawn maple hardwood flooring, multiple windows and French doors to outdoor decks. The stunning living room has vaulted and beamed ceilings, wide plank fir floors with concrete accents, French doors opening to a walk out deck as well as a wood-burning fireplace with vintage surround. The large dining room offers ample space to accommodate  large family gatherings.The open plan kitchen with breakfast counter, features custom wood cabinetry, stone countertops, high end stainless steel appliances as well as plenty of storage cabinets and a large walk in pantry as well!  An additional casual eating area opens to the large family room with built in book shelves and French doors leading out to the deck and overlooking the garden. The grand entertaining deck receives good natural light and overlooks the majestic redwood trees and Cascade Canyon below, a perfect place to enjoy al fresco dining.
Upstairs is extremely well laid out. The large Master suite features vaulted ceilings and numerous windows as well as a large walk in closet and an additional smaller closet. The master bathroom features a soaking tub, separate walk in shower with limestone and satin nickel finishes throughout. There are also two additional bedrooms with ample built in closets and a recently remodeled full bathroom completing this level. 
Downstairs features two additional en-suite bedrooms with large closets, as well as the walk in laundry room. A separate entrance can be used to access this level of the home, making these rooms perfect for guest quarters, an au-pair or for older teenagers.
There are two entrances to the home. The guest entrance is assessed from a beautiful pathway through the redwood trees off Cascade Drive. While the resident entrance is off a semi-shared driveway featuring one car parking on the main level of the house, making unloading the kids and groceries a breeze! Enter through the garden gate which leads to the landscaped garden, deck and a calming water feature.
The property sits on a 30,000 +/- sq ft lot, offering privacy and space with an additional  2 car garage and additional parking pad below.
Situated in the beautiful Cascade Canyon, and a short stroll down Cascade Drive leads  you to Old Mill Park and School and steps from all of the wonderful amenities that downtown Mill Valley provides.
5 beds/4 baths
3800 sq ft home +/-
30,750 sq ft lot +/-
Huge entertaining deck
Family friendly floor-plan
Semi private driveway with 1 car parking
Additional 2 car garage
Extra parking below

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209 Cascade Drive

*The Stats

Population: 14,000+

Mayor: John McCauley

Notable residents: Sammy Hagar, the late Jack Kerouac and Jerry Garcia

Fun fact: In the late 1960s and early 1970s, a group of Marin teenagers known as “The Larkspur Canyon Gang” rode vintage single-speed balloon-tire bikes on Mt. Tamalpais, which is generally regarded as the birthplace of mountain biking.

Located along the shores of Richardson Bay and the eastern slopes of Mount Tamalpais, the charming village of Mill Valley was named for mill workers who once called it home. Mill Valley was also once the site of the Mount Tamalpais & Muir Woods Railway, founded in 1896, which took tourists from Mill Valley to the East Peak of Mt. Tam and to view the coast redwoods at Muir Woods, the national monument that is now visited by 1.2 million people a year.

Outdoor activities, from hiking to mountain biking, abound in this picturesque mountain town, which hosts the notoriously challenging Dipsea Race, the second-oldest footrace in the United States. Locals and visitors also flock to Mill Valley for the chic boutiques and restaurants located along the town’s main drag, Throckmorton Avenue, and at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard.

And, it’s a cultural hub: The annual Mill Valley Film Festival draws international celebrities; the Marin Theater Company puts on critically acclaimed productions; Sweetwater Music Hall showcases notable musical acts; and Mountain Play performs theatrical productions in an open-air event amphitheater on Mt. Tam during the summer months.