Marin Bayside Escape

From its stunning 180-degree views of the San Francisco Bay to its classic French Tudor-style details, this hillside residence is truly one of a kind. Built in 1936 and originally designed by architect Henry Higby Gutterson, the Wade Design team welcomed the opportunity to preserve its original character and simultaneously maximize its design potential. Major renovation goals included opening the space to take in the monumental panorama via new windows in nearly every room. Modifications were made to adjoin the living and dining room spaces and highlight the original mahogany wood beam ceiling, akin to the woodwork from an antique boat hull. In addition to transforming every bedroom and bathroom space, a guest house was overhauled, giving ample space for the Client’s family to truly experience this magical getaway. 

In Collaboration With

Wade Design Team Jane Sevila
Construction by Jetton Construction
Interior Design by Geremia Design
Photography by Laure Joliet

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