Drawing tourists from around the globe, Sausalito is as much a residential haven as it is a tourist destination. The picturesque hillside homes dip into a small, bustling downtown and historic boat-house community. “Keep Sausalito salty,” echoes a local sentiment of a beloved rough-around-the-edges seaman defending his community from those that threaten the community vibe. Salty or otherwise, residents of Sausalito can enjoy pancakes and milkshakes at Fred’s communal seating café, kayak or paddle along the shore of the protected Bay, and head to Bar Bocce for a beachside happy hour or bite to eat. Popular seafood dinner spots include the Spinnaker, Scoma’s, and The Trident, all with impressive water views. Sausalito is just a short drive or bike ride to the Golden Gate Bridge or a ferry ride across the Bay into San Francisco.
The annual Sausalito Lighted Boat Parade and Fireworks is not to be missed! It’s simply magical!
Drivers Market has some things not readily found elsewhere. They do a wonderful job curating some of the best of the best!
The porch at Cavallo Point’s Murray Circle is a great place to spend time lingering over a meal or drinks. The spa, with a peaceful outdoor area and sparkling pool is one of my favorite closeby getaways.
Donna, a self-professed “real estate geek,” concedes that along with her study of stats and market trends, her sharp eye for aesthetics has been one of the key ingredients in her many successes identifying properties for buyers as well as preparing homes for sale.Contact Donna