Nestled amongst towering evergreens, this peaceful retreat awaits your arrival. There are two bedrooms downstairs with queen beds, a large loft upstairs with five futon mattresses, and the middle level is a "great room" consisting of a living room with a stone fireplace and a lovely window-seat where one person can sleep, a dining area and kitchen.
• Hot tub
• Gas grill
• Bocce ball court
• Fully equipped kitchen
• Parking for three cars
All this is set in two private acres of forest and meadow.
(URL HIDDEN)NOTES ON PRICING:
THE COST INCLUDES A 10% MARIN COUNTY TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX WHICH I AM REQUIRED TO COLLECT AND PASS ON TO THE COUNTY.
THERE IS A 2-DAY MINIMUM RENTAL ON WEEKENDS, AND 3-DAY MINIMUM ON 3-DAY HOLIDAY WEEKENDS.
1. PEACE & QUIET. The house is on a quiet, dead-end street. Neighbors who live on the forested Inverness Ridge tend to value the peace and quiet of nature. So an important guideline for guests at the house is that your group not be too noisy. Neighbors enjoy the still of the night, the hooting of the owls, the rustling of the trees. Keeping good relations with them is crucial for me to be able to offer this house to guests. So I ask guests to not be rowdy, especially outdoors, especially at night. Normal social conversation and laughter is fine, of course. But if your group is apt to want to let loose and party, I ask you to choose another venue.
2. FIRE SAFETY. There is absolutely no smoking anywhere on the property, indoors or out. No fires are allowed anywhere except in the living room fireplace. Particularly during the dry season (late summer & fall) I ask guests to be super vigilant about fire safety.
3. DAMAGE, WEAR AND TEAR. Please treat the house gently, as if it were your own. Please let me know if anything has broken or isn't working. If it is normal wear and tear, of course I will take responsibility to right things. But if your group has caused damage beyond normal wear and tear, I'd appreciate your telling me about it, and taking financial responsibility for it when I get it fixed.
I have loved the Point Reyes National Seashore for decades, and in 2007 finished building a place in the forest where friends and family can retreat from the stresses of civilization and be in nature, with hikes, beaches & bays to explore, and a hot tub to come back to. I enjoy sharing this home with people who appreciate nature and are seeking rejuvenation.