Mostly in its original state, this barn-like home, with interiors decked out in redwood, hits the market asking $2.477 million.
Built in 1908, the hillside abode was first used as a records office for the old Point Tiburon Railroad (which ceased in 1967). Years later, in 1964, architect Charles Warren Callister bought the place and designed a new attachment for it. Today the entire home comes with three bedrooms, two and one half bathrooms, and 4,410 square feet.
Highlights at 1865 Mar West Street include the original barn space itself, left mostly untouched with redwood paneling galore. This area of the house features a pitched roof, soaring ceilings, sliding glass doors, a wet bar, and a spiral staircase that leads to the upstairs den, two bedrooms, and a full bathroom.
The other part of the house is more modern but no less adorable. The main entrance, with floor-to-ceiling windows, comes with a small office space overlooking the bay, which would make working from home an even more awesome perk.
The listing is through Shana Rohde-Lynch of Compass.