304 Evergreen Drive
Kentfield, CA

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304 Evergreen Drive, Kentfield

Over the past 25 years 304 Evergreen has been spectacularly remodeled and expanded with the utmost attention to design, form and function. The materials used in creating this residence have been collected from all over the world: stone from Montana, reclaimed beams from a farmhouse in Minnesota, floors from North Carolina, hanging side doors handcrafted from Mesquite wood.  The magic of 304 Evergreen is the seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living. Rarely will you find a property where home feels like an elegant and private resort.  Step into the courtyard and prepare to be transported to a warm and tranquil retreat.

Main House

  • Venetian Plaster walls in family, living, kitchen and dining rooms
  • 6” wide custom walnut floors
  • Custom Mexican Saltillo Tile in entryway and formal dining room
  • Slab honed marble island with seating for 5
  • All high-end appliances: Wolf, Sub-Zero, 2 dishwashers
  • Interior remodeled by Kendall Friedman
  • Custom 9 foot accordion doors leading to level yard and pool
  • All windows and doors have been replaced during ownership
  • Master-suite features grand walk-in closet with custom cabinetry
  • Double head rain shower with glass enclosure
  • 2000+ wine cellar with banquette seating and dining area
  • Library features custom box beams and book cases

Guest House and Grounds

  • Artfully designed by the famous Sandy Walker
  • One bedroom with luxurious spa-like bath
  • Venetian Plaster walls
  • Custom built Media center and bar
  • Beautiful pool with built-in spa
  • 5 Outdoor living/dining areas
  • Outdoor fireplace, Koi pond, and fountain
  • Professionally landscaped level lawn and gardens
  • Level area for play structure or trampoline

OPEN HOUSE SCHEDULE

For a private showing, please contact
Laura & Kristin at Phone 415-302-6172

About the Agents

Laura & Kristin

Luxury Property Specialists | DRE 01226087 | DRE 01348547

Laura & Kristin

Laura Mindel Reinertsen & Kristin Fredricksen Sennett

Having spent the majority of their lives living and working in the community, the partnership of Laura and Kristin bring an unsurpassed knowledge about the homes, schools and lifestyle of Marin to their clients. Over the past 40 years they have lived in some of the county’s most desirable areas including Sausalito, Mill Valley, Larkspur, San Anselmo and Kent Woodlands.

Ranked among Marin’s top 10 realtors today, Laura and Kristin have been consistently recognized for their exceptional performance. They are recipients of the Pacific Union Opus Award for top realtors and have been among the top producers since 2008. In 2013, their total annual sales surpassed $50 million.

Laura began her real estate experience at Coldwell Banker in Sausalito where she was awarded membership into the Sterling Society in 1997 and 1998, and joined Pacific Union in 1999. Laura serves on the Executive Board of the Parent Association at The Branson School in Ross. She is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, and attended Marin Country Day School and The Branson School.

Kristin joined Pacific Union and began her partnership with Laura in 2002 following a long career in executive recruitment with several leading area firms. During this period she managed numerous executive relocations to the area, working closely with the families and real estate professionals. Kristin is a graduate of UCLA with dual degrees in business and history, attended Kent Middle School in Kentfield and The Branson School. She currently serves on the Board of Trustees at The Mount Tamalpais School in Mill Valley, and is a member of the Meadow Club in Fairfax.

With their demonstrated knowledge of the community and a partnership philosophy based on deeply understanding and responding to the unique needs of their clients, Laura & Kristin are ideally suited to guide you through the entire home buying and selling experience.

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