a luxury property presented by josh dickinson
41 harbor view, marina bay sold for $1,000,000

Details

Beds: 2
Baths: 3
Year Built: 1997
Square Feet: 1699 sf
Lot Square Feet: 3500 sf
 

Enjoy luxury waterfront living in this modern 2BR/3BA home in sunny Marina Bay, with stunning panoramic views of the Bay, San Francisco, Golden Gate and Bay Bridges and the East Bay from two levels. The majestic living room and dining room feature polished concrete floors, gas fireplace, tall ceilings and views from many different vantage points. The kitchen is equipped with Bosch stainless steel appliances, ample counter space, a peninsula for bar-top dining and an adjacent sitting area with access to your Bayside patio. The spacious owners’ suite draws you in with a large picture window, vaulted ceiling and a spacious ensuite bathroom with walk-in closet, tub and shower. The second upstairs bedroom also has an ensuite bathroom, and the landing overlooking the great room is perfect for a home office or studio while soaking in the views. The ground-floor third bedroom also provides flexibility for another guest bedroom or additional office. The attached 2-car garage provides parking and ample storage, with room to spare for your home gym. Enjoy proximity to the San Francisco Bay Ferry from the nearby Richmond Terminal (East Bay to the Ferry Building in 35 minutes!), as well as easy access to the Bay Trail and the rest of the East Bay.

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Neighborhood

Marina Bay is an idyllic residential waterfront community in Richmond's protected Inner Harbor. With breathtaking views of the San Francisco skyline and waterfront pathways along the Marina Bay Trail, the neighborhood features an array of retail and dining options. The area is served by a private water taxi service to the San Francisco Ferry Building, with a full WETA Ferry serviced slated to begin in mid-2018.

Founded and incorporated in 1905, Richmond has always been a city with an industrial background. During World War II Richmond, base of the Kaiser Shipyards, was mainly oriented to shipbuilding. At the end of the war, with several big-name businesses relocating to Richmond, Port Richmond became a major seaport, and now a significant part of Richmond’s economy. Beginning in the 1980s, in an effort to turn the abandoned shipyards into a residential area, Richmond shifted gears and began focusing on redeveloping the city into a residential and retail friendly environment.

Now, Richmond is home to several shopping centers, a bustling downtown area, and beautiful parks, including Point Isabel and the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park.

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