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Long regarded as one of Kent Woodland’s most prominent estates, 45 Evergreen Drive has been substantially renovated with high-end, designer finishes throughout. Stunning, architectural details and bespoke finishes grace the +- 5,374 square foot residence. A center hall curved staircase, box beam ceilings, elegant moldings, high-end lighting, designer white marble, and high-end tile work is evident throughout the 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom residence. The heart of the home is an enormous great room with a just completed all white kitchen that opens directly to the pool and outdoor entertaining areas. The traditional floor plan is a rarity in Marin with 5 bedrooms, including the hotel like master suite, on the upper level. The outstanding +-1/2 acre grounds are resort like and include a gas firepit, sweeping level lawn, mature trees, a large outdoor dining area with built-in grill, and pool side lounging. Ideal for entertaining, the Hamptons inspired residence has played host to multiple large events and is also ideal for casual indoor/outdoor living. Located in the coveted flats of one of Marin’s most prestigious neighborhoods, the residence is just blocks to the award winning K-8th grade Bacich Elementary and Kent Middle Schools, in addition to the highly regarded Woodlands Market, bike path, and the myriad of local shops and restaurants.
Some of the most beautiful properties in Marin can be found in Kentfield, a quiet community of spacious, older homes sited on large, lushly landscaped parcels.
The nerve center of this small, residential community is perhaps Woodlands Market, a unique gourmet grocery store, bakery, wine bar, and cafe. For more than 25 years, Woodlands Market has been the place where Kentfield residents can socialize and shop and the same time. Kentfield is home to the College of Marin, a two-year community college with a strong local presence. The College of Marin offers adult classes to the public and has a vibrant performing-arts program of theater, vocal, and classical music. The frequent public performances provide residents with access to culture not normally found in a community of less than 7,000 residents.