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Picture-perfect farmhouse in Tomales Bay asks $3M

Tour this rustic home brought back to life by two San Francisco designers

We have seen many renovations come our way at Curbed SF, especially over the last few years. But sometimes, a gentle touch is the best route to go when attempting to reimagine a classic home. And this turn-of-the-century Tomales Bay farmhouse succeeds at doing just that.

Five minutes away from Nick’s Cove, this private property, known as Creek House, sits along the banks of Walker Creek. A winding driveway along Highway One servers as the entrance. After passing a grassy meadow, you will come across this estate, which was recently reconceived by two San Francisco designers who currently own the peaceful place.

Coming in at two beds, two baths, and 2,217 square feet, the house keeps its farmhouse theme intact with wood paneling, a sprightly remodeled kitchen, update bathrooms, and more. The entire property is broken up into four structures—two-level main cottage, loft, garage, and stable/barn.

The property also sits on 14.65 acres of protected property. Which means that no one will build on it and ruin those superb views of nature at large.

Whenever a Tomales Bay home hits the market, it’s a rare treat, especially one this downright charming.

Asking is $3,00,000.