Famous Belvedere brick beauty asks $4.7 million

Seaside local landmark up for grabs

Designed in the 1930s by Carr Jones, who was famous for his storybook homes (for example), this brick abode is a local landmark and point of pride for residents who cherish the work of the noted architect.

Featuring three beds, three baths, and 3,919 square feet, 423 Belvedere Avenue boasts crooked slate tiles on the pitched roof, archways galore, landscape windows with views of that famous hunk of metal in the bay, and fruit-bearing garden.

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