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Sprawling new Ross home, nestled among redwoods, asks $12.4 million

A tree hugger’s paradise

Photos by Jacob Elliott, courtesy of Scott Woods/Pacific Union International

For a brief, beautiful moment, let’s step away from the harsh realities of San Francisco and California—namely, that people are moving out in droves due to a dearth of housing and general affordability—and slide into an arboreal Marin County daydream. Like this 2018 construction, which recently landed on the market for eight figures, in the tony enclave of Ross.

Featuring five beds, four and a half baths, and roughly 5,020 square feet, 9 Woodside Way comes with contemporary decor to the hilt. It also boasts a well-executed indoor-outdoor flow: Massive 16-foot walls of glass slide open to bring the outdoors inside, reclaimed old-growth redwood used as siding and ceilings (to match the towering redwoods dotting the estate grounds).

Other luxe items of note: infinity edged pool and spa, 800-square-foot master bedroom with a private deck, 1,500-bottle wine room (psst, wine rooms are the new home theaters), and more.

Another luxury item—the asking price, which comes to a striking $12,500,000.