This shingled beach cottage was built in 1910 as a weekend beach cabin and expanded over the years into a cottage. Simply decorated with old furniture, antiques and artwork. Very tranquil both visually and audibly—the sound of the surf is ever present. Views of the sea and the Marin coastline and on a clear day the cubistic skyline of San Francisco is visible. Garden views—from the rear windows—illuminated at night with low voltage garden lighting.
Please note: We do not keep a television but we have a very fast internet connection. Also the fireplace is not a working fireplace but it's not needed for heat as there is a very efficient central forced-air heating system.
A very cozy and peaceful retreat in a quiet coastal village, both the cottage and the town are a timeless anachronism with the scent and sound of the sea and near proximity to surrounding wild lands of Point Reyes National Seashore and Golden Gate National Seashore.