It comes with multiple terraces and tiered gardens.
This Belvedere home now comes with a trimmer asking price.
It comes with floor-to-ceiling windows and skylights.
The whimsical facade hides a sleek and contemporary interior.
Weekend crowds were last straw for public health officials pushing to drive down COVID-19 spread.
The late poet lived on a former World War II military boat.
Once again, the North Bay will be the most vulnerable in 2020.
It sits on a 4,600-square-foot lot.
It comes with exposed beams and a vaulted ceiling.
Plan a day or weekend trip to one of these tiny destinations—and leave city life behind.
The rise of Skywalker Vineyards leaves bad taste in some neighbor’s mouths.
The Bay Area is no slouch when it comes to decking the proverbial halls. There are plenty of spots that take the business of holiday light decorating seriously.
Built in 1908, the barn was originally the old records office for the Point Tiburon Railroad.
It’s been in the same family for more than 50 years.
New construction made of concrete, glass, and steel.
Dare to dream.
Comic icon owned sprawling home at end of his life.
Take a closer look at these bibliophilic beauties.
From cliffside lighthouses to the underside of midcentury marvels.
Hundreds of thousands expected to lose power—again—starting Tuesday.
Bay Area counties will face dark times again this week.
"If you live in an affected area, please stay safe, alert, and heed all warnings from local officials," says Newsom.
Built for Joan Baez and Mimi Fariña’s father and located in Marin’s "village on stilts"
This delightful midcentury home now features a modern take on the sparse 1950s style.
Nearly all come with a selection of entertainment options, from haunted houses to mazes and country music.
Experts recommend people be self-sufficient for at least three days following a major quake.
Check out the hotels, roads, parks, and graveyards that local ghosts and goblins prefer.
Sunnyvale took the unenviable number-one spot in 2018.
Fully remodeled 1914 abode asks $7,950,000.
Short-term rentals and a dearth of housing have helped push working families out of this coastal enclave.
From rope swinging into Bass Lake to taking a dip in the Contra Loma swim lagoon, these are the best—and cheapest—places to swim in the Bay Area.
But the city council backed off on a more aggressive removal plan that prompted public outcry.
A comparatively humble—but no less stunning—abode in the tony North Bay enclave.
So much to love inside this sparse abode.
Lavish abode underwent $7 million renovation.
Want to see fireworks? Here’s where to go.