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I had the pleasure of representing the sellers of this iconic adobe ranch style home reminiscent of architect Cliff May's work in the 50's that symbolized the Western Lifestyle featured in Sunset Magazine.  This home evokes an emotional response that harkens back to our romance with the West and an earlier time in California.  The sweeping views of Mt. Tam and the surrounding hills from this Southern facing private gated estate makes this a very special home.

  

This unique home exudes a comfortable charm with vaulted open beam ceiling, skylights, built-in bookcases, wood burning fireplace, Western ranch doors, adobe walls and original concrete tile floors.  It features 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, a family room and an office with a separate

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Sweeping views of Mt. Tam and the surrounding hills from this sunny Southern facing private gated estate on over an acre of land. This warm and cozy single level iconic adobe ranch style home is reminiscent of architect Cliff May’s work in the 50’s that symbolized the Western Lifestyle featured in Sunset Magazine. It evokes an emotional response harkening back to the romance of the West and an earlier time in California.

This unique home exudes a comfortable charm with vaulted open beam ceilings, built-in bookcases, a wood burning fireplace in the living room, skylights, original paver tile floors and flagstone courtyard. There are 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, family room and an office with a separate courtyard entrance, remodeled kitchen, remodeled

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I was shocked to read in my newest Sunset Magazine that they are relocating from their beautiful and iconic Menlo Park headquarters of 60 years to Jack London Square in Oakland.  It's been over 20 years since I visited the Sunset campus in Menlo Park but I remember they had the most amazing and tranquil setting, abundant and colorful test gardens, an innovative test kitchen, and architecturally interesting and unique buildings.  It was a very cool place and a place you would dream of working.

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Sunset 1951 - Menlo Park

As I read further, their move makes perfect sense to me because it reflects what we are seeing in the real estate market today. Urbanism is "in." Young people and empty nesters alike want a lifestyle that puts them in the center of the

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