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MarinScapes, now in it's 28th year, is one of the "best of the best" of our region's fine art exhibits and it's happening this week!  There are 30 well-known, juried landscape artists who's work will be featured during the four-day event at the lovely Escalle Winery in Larkspur. PLUS, the annual event raises funds for Buckelew Programs that help our Marin neighbors in need.  So you can support the community while enjoying some jaw-dropingly beautiful works of art.

It all kicks off on Thursday, June 23rd with the opening night gala where guests will have the first opportunity to view and purchase pieces from the 2016 show.  Tickets for the dinner, being catered by one of my personal favorites, Insalata's Restaurant, can be purchased at

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I'm pleased to preview this exceptionally light, bright Captains Cove two bedroom/one bath unit featuring a lovely private patio for relaxing or a bit of gardening.  Combination living room, dining area and kitchen for easy entertaining completes the welcoming 1st floor with bedrooms and bath upstairs.  A generously sized master has a bay window and boasts an Elfa closet system.  The second bedroom is currently used as an office/guest room and has an extra large closet.  The bathroom has been updated with a new stone counter and sink in lovely neutral tones, plus there's a brand new water heater.

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There are no neighbors above or below to insure a sense of peace and serenity in this quiet complex. There's a convenient one car carport with storage with

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Quality hardwood floors and laminates can be a wonderfully hardworking and make for beautiful floors. But many people choose carpet instead, for its cozy warmth. Now you can have both features, thanks to a material that most people associate only with wine bottles and dart boards: cork.

The Comfort Underlay
No, you don't walk on the cork. You put sheets of it under the hardwood or laminate. It acts as a natural insulator, so your floors feel warmer in winter and cooler in summer. If you own a mid-century modern home, you probably have a slab foundation and this is one of the materials that can be used to provide a better walking surface beneath engineered wood flooring or laminates.  It gives a wonderful springy quality to your floor that will relieve

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Have It ALL! Contemporary Aesthetics in a Convenient Location! 


I'm thrilled to present this beautiful 3-bedroom/3-bath home with an enviable indoor/outdoor lifestyle in an award-winning school district.  It's a turnkey, contemporary home that's been thoughtfully remodeled to provide a sophisticated ambience as well as a comfortable, practical living environment that's easy to maintain. It will be offered at $1,600,000.

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This Kentfield jewel set on a private wooded lot that's just under an acre and offers a unique combination of luxury and day-to-day convenience in the heart of Marin.  77 Wolfe Grade's central location is minutes to the Larkspur Ferry and the 101 Corridor for an easy commute. Plus it's close to fine dining, shopping,

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Don't be a prisoner to your pool!

Backyard pools have a long tradition in the Golden State. But for many Californians the ongoing expenses and maintenance demands of pool ownership can heavily outweigh the pleasure.

The truth is that pools are a luxury and, as usual, there are costs attached. Even if you don't heat your pool, you're spending thousands a year on pool maintenance, chemicals and electricity to run your pumps. Plus, think of all the water that you're evaporating - which, during this serious drought, is a more painful loss to many. And if you have small children, a pool can be downright hazardous.


Why not take it out?

The big problem with pool removal is that it's expensive. You can't just fill a pool up with dirt

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Marin "Open Studios" Coming the First 2 Weekends in May.


Once a year, artists all over Marin throw open their homes and studios so visitors can meet the artists and - with luck - purchase those unique "can't-live-without-it" pieces.  You can make your own self-guided tour based on artists' works or areas that interest you most by going to the website http://marinopenstudios.org/. 

WEEKEND 1: May 2 & 3, 2015 - Artist studios open in South and Central Marin*: Sausalito, Tiburon, Belvedere, Mill Valley, Corte Madera, Larkspur, Greenbrae, Kentfield, Ross and central San Rafael (Downtown to Pt. San Pedro)

WEEKEND 2: May 9 & 10, 2015 - Artist studios open in West and North Marin*: Stinson Beach, Bolinas, Olema, Inverness, Pt. Reyes, Marshall, San

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I was delighted to assist my buyers purchase this wonderful newly constructed, single level home with high-end finishes at 110 Waterford Terrace.  This gracious custom-built home offers 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths with approximately 2680 square feet of living space that lends itself to the best of Marin's indoor/outdoor lifestyle with front and back patios. Designed for entertaining, the expansive great room which has a gas fireplace and encompasses the large gourmet kitchen, is the heart of this inviting home.  Filled with natural light, both the spacious master suite and the great room open to a private, lush backyard with a level lawn.  There's also a lovely formal dining room for special celebrations with family and friends. 

Finding newly

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Ideally Located, Stylish 3 bedroom/3 bath Home - 77 Wolfe Grade in Kentfield

Contemporary sensibilities make this beautifully remodeled mid-century home situated on almost an acre, a coveted oasis for my buyers relocating from Arizona.  Quality and an understated, yet elegant aesthetic, are artfully combined to make this light-filled home a real value at $1,475,000.


The flexible split level floor plan offers a sunny, spacious living room with high ceilings, a separate dining room, cozy den and dazzling European designed kitchen.  The full bath and guest bedroom or office complete the main floor.  The eat-in Poggenpohl Kitchen with gorgeous Calcutta marble counters and six burner Wolf range opens to the dining room as well as a large deck.  The

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