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Boxy beauty in Sausalito asks $2.19 million

Comes with views of the San Francisco skyline

Photos by Jason Wells of Golden Gate Creative, courtesy of Randi Deutsch of Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty

More than just the name of the schlocky cover band in Lost in Translation—Sofia Coppola’s dry jab at the Marin enclave—Sausalito has lots to offer when it comes to real estate. Well, real estate for the well-to-do who can afford the smattering of homes perched on the hillside above the waterfront.

Take, for example, the contemporary number at 301 North Street. Featuring two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,685 square feet, this clearly contemporary home, which appeared in Zahid Sardar’s San Francisco Modern: Interiors, Architecture and Design, has been split into two units. Both units are for sale as a whole.

The top pad comes with 1,035 square feet, one bed, and one bath. And the bottom unit features 1,100 square feet, two beds, and two baths. Both units would share 550 square feet.

Highlights include a massive deck with views of the bay and San Francisco’s skyline, fireplaces, and—huh, interesting—a platform bed sitting flush against a soaking tub. (You’ll have to look at the photo below to fully grasp it.)

Asking is $2,195,000.

  • 301 North Street [Randi Deutsch of Golden Gate Sotheby’s International Realty]