Just Sold! 256 Montego, Novato, $1,155,000

This is how life should be! 256 Montego Key is waterfront living at its finest with arguably the best water views of the big lagoon and dead-on views of Mt Tamalpais and beyond. The epitome of the Marin outdoor lifestyle we all crave boasting a tropical vibe and private boat dock with easy access to Novato Creek and the Bay. Whether you enjoy boating, kayaking, entertaining or relaxing the days away it all comes easy here! The grand scale, water front deck feels like a room to itself complete with perimeter seating, bamboo shade ceiling, steps leading to the grassy lawns and even your own little sandy beach. This tastefully updated three bedroom, two bathroom home is perfectly situated so the breathtaking surroundings fill almost every room. The sun shines through the open floor plan with large scale great room of living, dining, and kitchen that showcases the water views through double sliding glass doors. Start your day off right with soothing sun rises or wind down the day with tranquil moon rises from the hot tub. It’s all about the lifestyle in this home and you can’t help but feel good in every part of it.

Additional features to get excited about:

  • Glorious, romantic master suite with incredible lagoon views, access to the deck & water-front, and walk-in closet
  • Updated kitchen with eat-in dining area, built-in hutch, counter seating and stainless appliances
  • Newly installed outdoor courtyard with water fountain
  • Privacy wall from the street and great curb appeal
  • Property is fully gated from the water for safety of children and pets
  • Tropical landscaping throughout property
  • Dual paned windows
  • Durable & stylish great room floors selected for indoor/outdoor water lifestyle
  • Playground located down the street
  • Property located towards the end of a cul-de-sac
  • 2 car garage

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