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On the road with Moffitt Mansion

August 24, 2018

Where: 8 West Shore Road, Belvedere, CA 94920

Originally built in San Francisco in the early 1900’s, Moffitt Mansion has a history unlike any other. The home was literally sawed in half during the 1960’s, placed on a barge, and moved to its current lot in Belvedere. Built by architect William Knowles, Moffitt Mansion features spectacular detail, spacious rooms, and abundant outdoor spaces. This includes hand-wrought iron, ornate plasterwork and moldings, six fireplaces, a cherry-paneled study, solarium, large attic space, and a three-car garage. It also offers a sparkling swimming pool and outdoor space that’s ideal for entertaining friends and family.

On the market for the first time in decades, this masterpiece in Marin offers elegant style and comes with an incredible story.

Take a virtual tour of Moffitt Mansion.

For more details, visit the full listing.

Don’t forget to stop by our open house this Sunday, August 26, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. to see the history for yourself.

The home is listed at $4,995,000 by Hazel Carter of Alain Pinel Realtors’ Tiburon/Belvedere office.

Looking for homes in the Belvedere/Tiburon community? See more in the area.

APR in the News Buyer / Seller Information

What do low interest rates for the foreseeable future mean for Bay Area real estate?

September 30, 2015
Agents SOUND OFF
 

Hazel Carter
Tiburon / Belvedere
415.730.9445
hazelc@apr.com

Question: What do low interest rates for the foreseeable future mean for Bay Area real estate?
Answer: It is a relief for buyers to hear that interest rates are holding for the time being. However, when buyers think rates could be on the verge of escalating, it does motivate them to purchase. Sellers are certainly relieved, comforted by the concept that money is relatively easy to come by and should continue to keep buyers motivated.
Conversely, when I first began my career in real estate, interest rates were 18 percent — a good reminder that it is important for those considering buying to take advantage of these current rates.

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