What You Get….$4.75 Million Homes in California, New York and Illinois

Belvedere, California

WHAT A 1930s brick house with three bedrooms and three bathrooms
HOW MUCH $4.795 million
SIZE 3,919 square feet
PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT $1,224

SETTING Designed by Carr Jones, a local architect who built in a storybook style, the home is on Belvedere Island. Its first occupant was Joseph Baermann Strauss, the chief engineer of the Golden Gate Bridge, which is about 25 minutes south and visible from the property. For many years, the house was the summer residence of Audrey Jones Beck, an art collector and philanthropist from Houston. The boutiques and restaurants of downtown Tiburon, as well as a commuter ferry, are about a mile away.

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