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This beautifully designed Kent Woodlands estate seamlessly blends great scale, all day light, and timeless, high-end finishes throughout. Recently updated with magazine worthy contemporary design throughout, the 6 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom residence offers a very flexible floor plan with multiple large public spaces throughout. Soaring ceilings, wide open spaces, wide planked Oak floors, and tall walls of glass define the +-5,530 square foot home. The heart of the house is a huge open great room with state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen. The traditional floor plan offers four bedrooms, including the master suite, on the upper level, with two additional bedrooms on the lowest level; ideal for visiting family members, an au pair/nanny, or blending of families. Perfectly site placed on a verdant and bucolic +-4 acres, the residence offers a resort like experience at home. The exterior living spaces include a large, in-ground pool, elevated spa, multiple sweeping level lawns, mature plants and trees, and a huge wrap around deck. Very private and quiet, 216 Evergreen Drive is located just blocks to Kent Woodlands highly desirable Crown Road hiking trail network which allows for almost immediate access to Mt. Tam’s multitude of outdoor recreational opportunities. Located in the highly ranked K-8th grade Kentfield School District.
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.