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1469 Sandpiper Spit
Point Richmond, California
SOLD BY THOMAS
Sold for $2,450,000 on 1/5/2021
SOLD BY THOMAS HENTHORNE
No further showings – thank you.
1469 Sandpiper Spit, Point Richmond — With commanding 360-degree views of the San Francisco bay, Bay Bridge and San Francisco’s skyline from almost every room, this luxurious waterfront masterpiece was built in 2005 and features a 55-foot dock with deep water access with 104 feet of water frontage, 4 bedroom+office/5.5 baths, an open-concept chef’s kitchen, expansive living room, additional media room and multiple outdoor living spaces perfect for enjoying quintessential waterfront living at its finest.
The home is ideally situated at the end of Sandpiper Spit, enjoying one of the best locations in this coveted enclave with unobstructed views of the bay and the San Francisco skyline and beyond. The high-quality construction and attention to detail are obvious throughout every aspect including the concrete pilings and concrete deck which support the home, designed to withstand the test of time on the water. The home’s striking, contemporary lines are visible from the water and echo the seafaring yachts which pass through the bay.
The home boasts a 55-foot dock with deep-water access with 104 feet of water frontage which could easily accommodate a boat of up to 80 feet. The dock enjoys an easy approach protected by prevailing winds and has direct access to the bay – exactly what mariners up and down the entire coast of California are seeking. The dock also provides a wonderful spot for launching smaller boats, kayaks or paddle boards, as well as entertaining guests and sipping wine while enjoying the stunning sunsets.
The home features an open-concept floorplan that integrates the kitchen, dining area and living room. This area features high ceilings with exposed beams, a gas fireplace and entertaining patios on both sides of the home – perfect for entertaining and family gatherings. Captivating panoramic views are enjoyed from every window.
The stunning chef’s kitchen is open to the dining area and large living room. It features high-end stainless appliances including a Wolfe range with 6 burners and two ovens, built-in refrigerator/freezer, warming drawer and wine cooler. The large center island is perfect for informal gatherings or dining. Imagine preparing meals and entertaining guests with water views from every window!
The spacious master suite is accessed through double doors and boasts panoramic views of the bay and the San Francisco skyline. This private retreat features exposed beam ceilings, walls of windows, an enormous walk-in closet and a beautiful ensuite bath with a jetted soaking tub and a large tile shower with glass enclosure.
Upon entering the home, guests are greeted with a magnificent circular stairway that ascends to the two upper levels of the home. This concrete and steel creation is a true work of art framed by windows overlooking the bay. The staircase is painted “International Orange”, a nod to the Golden Gate Bridge. There is an additional circular stairway on the exterior rear of the home made of stainless steel – another work of art that showcases the quality construction and attention to detail of this home.
This home features some of the most amazing views in Northern California, with the San Francisco skyline and Bay Bridge on full display. There are also views of Angel island, the distant hills of Marin County and nearby marinas.
Stunning Views of the San Francisco Skyline
The close-knit enclave of Point Richmond in the East Bay area of the San Francisco bay region has a population of approximately 4,000 people with a median age of 33. The picturesque downtown area features a collection of quaint restaurants and shops. Nearby is the Municipal Natatorium, also known as “The Plunge,” which was constructed in 1926 and offers an array of classes, from introductory swimming to “Aqua Zumba.” Click here for a listing of Point Richmond’s restaurants and cafes. One of my favorites is Riggers Loft, offering live music, panoramic bay views and local food and wine.
The Brickyard Cove area is accessed through the Ferry Point Tunnel on the edge of the downtown area and features the Miller / Knox Regional Shoreline park, a 307-acre waterfront park offering swimming, the Ferry Point Loop Trail, picnic facilities and even a model railroad museum.
Mariners enjoy the Richmond Yacht Club, which hosts a variety of racing events which attract sailors from all over the Bay Area and beyond. Learn more about membership here. The Brick Cove Marina is nearby, offering recently-refurbished berths up to 55 feet.
The nearby Rosie the Riveter World War II National Historical Park is also popular with visitors and residents, offering educational exhibits, tours of the S.S. Red Oak Victory, and hiking opportunities along the San Francisco Bay Trail.
Commuters into San Francisco enjoy the new San Francisco Bay Ferry. A scenic, environmentally-friendly and fast way to get into San Francisco from Richmond. The area is also served by a large freeway system and the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system.
Click Here to Learn More About Point Richmond.
Sold by Thomas for $2,450,000
No further showings thank you.
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