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Seadrift: Saitowitz-Designed Home Comes With Stripper Poles

Seadrift is that usually-sedate and gated community at the top end of Stinson Beach stretched out along the Pacific Ocean. Usually, we say, because in this 2-bed, 2-bath lagoon-front house, architect Stanley Saitowitz has managed to hide two stripper poles in plain sight. In two sizes, with a countertop model in brushed stainless steel. On the market about a month, the crisply-detailed and skylit house was built in 1988, asking $1,695,000. It's got a hot tub (set into a handsome flight of steps to the dock) for relaxing after a hard day of beachy activities and avoiding the local Great White sharks. We especially like the roof that peels back, as if some huge unseen hand is lifting it to check out the festivities inside. Nice touch. Click on the last image in the gallery for an exquisite view of the house soon after it was built.
· 51 Dipsea Road [Redfin]
· 51 Dipsea Road [Seadrift Realty]
· Portfolio [Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects]