Relax in a spacious, recently renovated 3-bedroom 2-bath private home perched over pristine Tomales Bay with glistening clean water and fresh air off the Pacific Ocean, yet only an hour from San Francisco.
Enjoy the sunny southwest exposure with colorful sunsets and views of beaches and tree-covered hills across the bay at Point Reyes National Seashore, a great place for whale watching and finding your private beach, or hiking to mountain vistas. Temperatures are typically in the mid 50's-70's. There is new deck, hot tub, and a large dock for crabbing or fishing. Activities include incredible bird watching, fishing, clamming, collecting seashells, eating fresh oysters, crab and clams, or hiking among the wild Elk herd. There are world class restaurants within 2 to 8 miles, a local winery, and quaint villages with great bakeries and organic cheeses and ice cream.
This is a magical place and staying here is a mesmerizing experience, inspiring the name of the home: Tranquility on the Bay.
Keywords: Perched over pristine Tomales Bay, this home has been completely remodeled and tastefully furnished. There is a wrap-around deck and the longest dock in the area, as well as a spa, two flat-screen TVs, broadband Internet, fireplace, two baths, and fully equipped kitchen.
I am 62 and enjoy a daily yoga practice, kayaking, nature photography, and listening to live music.
I bought this home because it has a unique setting perched over a clean bay teeming with wildlife and with views of beautiful unspoiled hills and beaches. It is a spacious, comfortable and renovated home with new dual-pane windows, built-in dimmer lighting, light birch floors, and sunny southwestern exposure.
I enjoy hot tubbing, kayaking, bird-watching, photography, hiking, biking, hearing local musicians, eating the freshest sweetest oysters, clam chowder, and crab. I also enjoy wonderful food at Nick's Cove (3 miles north), Point Reyes Station House Cafe, Cucina Stellina, Reyes Cafe, Toby's, and Cowgirl Creamery. Nearby entertainment is at Rancho Nicasio, the Dance Palace, Old Western Saloon, Smileys Saloon, and the Bolinas Museum.
Whale watching from Point Reyes Lighthouse, bird watching, Elephant seals, sea lions, and harbor seals, fresh oysters, clams, and Dungeness crab, wine-tasting (Pt Reyes winery is six miles south, Sonoma wineries are 30-45 minutes, Napa wineries are 1 hour east, San Francisco culture and night life is one hour, find a deserted beach in Point Reyes National Seashore, golf in nearby Bodega Bay or San Geronimo in beautiful settings, dine at world-class restaurants within 15 minutes, visit art galleries and antique shops in nearby Point Reyes Station and Petaluma.
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