Squaw Valley is world-famous as the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics, but there's more to the area than the ski resort. It's also a thriving residential community with year-round activities.
Our Home of the Week presents Bay vistas of uncommon breadth. It's also a contemporary gem within easy walking distance of all the amenities of San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood.
Whether you're in the market for a residential masterpiece or simply window shopping, you'll want to take a look at The Luxury Collection, Pacific Union's newest online magazine. It showcases 45 of the finest homes available in the Bay Area and Tahoe/Truckee.
Our Home of the Week is a private escape in nearby Novato. Built on 20 acres of land, the luxurious home includes a music room outfitted with acoustical material to accommodate classical music concerts.
Our Home of the week is a custom-built, contemporary masterpiece with 42 acres of land atop a private knoll that offers unobstructed views of the Napa Valley and San Francisco Bay.
Our Home of the Week offers the perfect pairing: Incredible space for entertaining, plus panoramic views of San Francisco, the Bay, and beyond. And for homebodies, there's a fabulous master suite that offers a respite from the rest of the world.
Our Home of the Week is a classic estate in Ross, built in 1895 in the fashion of America's great houses. It has seven berooms, an attached guest house, and a separate building ideal for use as a home gym or artist studio. The park-like grounds include mature gardens and expansive lawns.
Built in 1936, our Home of the Week is located in San Francisco’s Presidio Heights neighborhood, not far from the Presidio Golf course. With multiple en suite bedrooms, expansive outdoor space, and city views, it’s a rare oasis in the city.
This Mediterranean-style home in the Berkeley Hills offers views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay from nearly every room, and a number of outdoor spaces.
Our latest Home of the Week, in Berkeley's Claremont Court neighborhood, is stately, classical, and comfortable. It was designed in the Dutch Colonial Revival style and has six bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.
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