Film director Woody Allen chose an airy waterfront Tiburon, California, residence for scenes in his 2013 motion picture “Blue Jasmine,” starring Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin.
The San Francisco Bay Region home at 79 St. Thomas Way in Paradise Cay is now on the market place for $6.777 million, according to Compass real estate agency.
In the movie, the bayside retreat is the property of Peter Sarsgaard’s character Dwight, who dates the title character played by Blanchett.
In serious life, the 4-bed room, 5-lavatory residence is a classy estate that spans 5,612 square ft with a ground plan offering expansive entertaining spaces, elegant finishes and an effortless indoor/outdoor way of life right beside the San Francisco Bay.
“This luxurious waterfront residence is in a league of its have, all on one amount, featuring unparalleled scale and good quality, with sweeping sights of the bay and the San Rafael bridge from practically just about every space,” in accordance to the house listing.
Shana Rohde-Lynch with Compass is the listing agent.
There’s a good home, bathed in all-natural mild, that capabilities the residing space, dining room and family room — all opening onto an expansive waterfront terrace with postcard-deserving sights. The inside has hardwood flooring, soaring vaulted ceilings, a fire and personalized shelving.
A chef-motivated kitchen area offers granite counter tops, a big middle island with counter seating, tailor made cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, all adjacent to a comfortable everyday eating place.
A potential fifth bed room could be used as an office environment.
The home sits on a .71-acre large amount. Outdoors, there is a amount lawn, gardens and fruit trees.
“The unbelievable placing evokes leisure and tranquility to produce a personal oasis from the active entire world,” a Compass representative mentioned in an electronic mail.
This story was at first released June 28, 2022 5:01 PM.