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Day to day paradise awaits you at this charming West Marin home in coveted Pt. Reyes Station. Enjoy the cool evening breezes while relaxing out on the new extensive deck, accessible from both the dining, and family room, making this home an entertainers dream! An orchard of fruit trees, along with Oak and Cyprus, are all in view on nearly a half acre of level usable land. Substantial renovations have been completed, including a spectacular open concept kitchen with new cabinets, caesarstone countertops, and stainless steel appliances. As you enter this stunning home, your eyes will no doubt gravitate up towards the breathtaking vaulted wood beamed ceilings! The entire home has been freshly painted, making this house light and bright. There are two updated bathrooms, Douglas fir flooring throughout, and new Milgard sliders and windows. Just minutes from the gorgeous Point Reyes National Seashore, Tomales Point, and Limantour Beach. You won’t want to miss this one of a kind property!
Head thirty miles north of San Francisco and you'll arrive at the idyllic town of Point Reyes Station located in Marin County along State Route 1. This picturesque area is made up of shops and boutiques, family-owned businesses, and a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Plus, there’s no shortage of outdoor activities.
Right in the center of it all lays Toby’s Feed Barn, which has been operating since 1942. Here, residents and visitors enjoy the coffee bar, gift shop, and the weekly Point Reyes Farmer’s Market. The goods don’t stop there, as Point Reyes Station is home to the “Cheese Heaven” itself, also known as the Cowgirl Creamery. The team at the creamery’s Barn Shop and Cartina uses high-quality ingredients from local farmer’s markets to serve up “cheese-centric” dishes.
You don’t have to leave town to experience a relaxing getaway, as the city is home to the Point Reyes Vineyard Inn & Winery, which encapsulates all the beauty that is Point Reyes Station – from views of the rolling hills of West Marin to the seascape of the Point Reyes National Seashore. Visitors can enjoy the wine tasting room, or head outdoors for hiking, camping, horseback riding, and more.
If you still can’t get enough of the outdoor activities the area has to offer, check out the Point Reyes Lighthouse, the beaches located along Point Reyes National Seashore, or spend tome time in Bear Valley.
With a small population of just 848, residents can enjoy a slow-paced life in the cozy little unincorporated town of Point Reyes Station.