Grateful Dead Member’s California Home Now On Market for $10 Million

63 Bridge Road
Ross, CA

Bedrooms: 7
Bathrooms:6
Year Built: 1906
Lot Size: 2 acres
Price: $10,350,000

Once in a lifetime, an opportunity arises to live in an unparalleled setting on two plus acres in a classic Dutch Colonial Revival built in 1906, owned by Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead.

Welcoming and warm yet spacious, The Bridge House is an inviting rambling home perfect for any lifestyle. Much of the authentic detail envisioned by the architect, Conrad Muessdorffer, is respectful of the original design: intricate millwork, pocket doors, oak floors with inlaid mahogany. Muessdorffer, was a renowned San Francisco architect in the late 1800s.

Upon entering the main level you will understand the historic appeal of this stunning, light-filled home. Spread over three levels, the layout includes an impressive seven bedrooms, five & a half bathrooms, a modern kitchen, grand living room with fireplace, and an adjoining family room. Also on the main level, an elegant formal dining room warmed by a wood burning fireplace.

The top floor includes a state-of-the-art master bedroom suite with gas fireplace. Down the hall a suite of four story book bedrooms, one with en-suite bath and a jack and jill bath. This floor includes vintage architecture with wainscoting, box beamed ceilings, gorgeous windows and some original flooring.

Not to be missed, the generous lower level includes the entertainment/media room, wine cellar, guest suite, abundant storage and direct access to the pool.

Situated in its own lush valley, the property offers rich terraced gardens and multiple private al fresco entertaining areas, from the large, level lawn to the meditation garden. Enjoy Marin’s lazy summer days as you catch rays by the sparkling pool. Spend your evenings sipping wine and roasting marshmallows around the handcrafted fireplace.

 

Listing courtesy of Paragon Real Estate Group

 

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