Queen Anne Victorian on Belvedere Island

This six bedroom, four full bath, and two half bath residence was one of the first homes developed on Belvedere in the late 1800s. Listed by Payton + Binnings of Compass, the home has been exquisitely restored to perfection by the current owner, in conjunction with Hadley Construction.

View from Victorian home.

The property’s magazine-worthy design by Eugenia Jesberg has been featured in various publications, such as California Homes and SF Curbed.

Three stories of indoor/outdoor living invite the most discerning buyers. Serene, panoramic views abound from the approximately 5,548 square foot residence, spanning from Mt. Tam, past Belvedere Lagoon, and toward Angel Island.

Kitchen in Victorian home.

The main level consists of an immaculate kitchen with breakfast bar and adjoining casual dine-in area, formal living and dining, powder room, and wrap-around decks.

Sunny sitting room.

The master is tucked away at the rear for privacy, and boasts a lounge, dressing room, and luxe bath.

The upper level features three bedrooms and two baths. The lower level has a huge family room, movie theater, wet bar, wine cellar, laundry, and two additional bedrooms.

Outdoor dining area.

Some of the home’s enchanting features include a spa, vegetable garden, water feature, integrated sound system, retrofitting, and more.

Outdoor garden

160 Madrona Avenue, Belvedere is offered at $8,795,000 by Payton + Binnings.

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