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Angela Danadjieva-designed Tiburon house asks $4.9 million

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"Everything is glass ... No barriers between the indoor-outdoor space."

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Conceived in 1995 by Angela Danadjieva, the house at 450 Ridge Road is billed by the noted Tiburon architect as “a symphony of light and space.”

In a 2012 San Francisco Chronicle piece, she described the home, which she initially built for herself, as “an extension of the landscape,” adding that the construction’s main theme is meant to evoke a garden pavilion.

The four-bed, four-bath, and approximate 4,500-square-foot house returned to the market this week at $4,995,000.

indoor waterfall flanked by staircase.

In addition to an almost seamless transition between structure and nature, this "Hill Heaven" neighborhood abode features 36-foot-tall ceilings, an indoor waterfall, and massive walls of glass.

"I designed it like a park, everything of natural materials," said Danadjieva. And indeed, this lovely home does look like a park—or, more specifically, a POPOS.

The house has been on the market before, asking a comparatively chunkier $7.8 million in 2012.

Photo courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage