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Stanley Saitowitz home in Mill Valley stuns for $6.95M

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New construction made of concrete, glass, and steel

Photo by Brad Knipstein, courtesy of Compass

Christmas has come early.

A new Mill Valley home conceived by master designer Stanley Saitowitz (8 Octavia, Beth Shalom Synagogue) will hit the market shortly. And you can unwrap it for a cool $6.95 million.

There’s so much to love here, where do we even begin? For starters, the board form concrete, which form the angular facade and ramrod-straight row of pillars, and Shou Sugi Ban wood siding make an excellent first impression.

The interiors are classic Saitowitz too: cool, sparse, streamlined, and thoughtful. We especially dig the strong Parasite vibes coming from the massive walls of glass with views of a verdant courtyard.

Photo by Meghan Caudill

Featuring five bedrooms and four bathrooms, 185 Summit Avenue comes with two floors (bedrooms on the bottom, living spaces on top); a center courtyard with built-ins; Fleetwood sliding doors; a kitchen reminiscent of the ones at 1234 Howard; stainless steel outdoor kitchen and fire pit; imported European stone slabs in the bathrooms; and interiors made of steel, glass, timber.

According to the realtor, this marks Saitowitz’s first completed design in Mill Valley, a tidbit that will give the future owner even more bragging rights.

The listing is through Joshua Deitch and Ethan Moeller of Compass.

Photo by Meghan Caudill
Photo by Meghan Caudill
Photo by Brad Knipstein
Photo by Meghan Caudill
Photo by Open Homes Photography