Phil Lesh, Legendary Grateful Dead Member, puts Ross estate on the market.

Phil Lesh, Legendary Grateful Dead Member, Puts the Conrad Meussdorffer Designed Estate on the Real Estate Market in Marin County Share Article Once in a lifetime, an opportunity arises to live in an unparalleled setting on two‐plus acres in a classic Dutch Colonial Revival built in 1906, owned by Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh. A priceless feature of this rare property is its proximity to the quaint town of Ross. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) APRIL 08, 2016 Conrad Muessdorffer was a renowned San Francisco architect in the late 1800’s, responsible for many of the residential masterpieces in Pacific Heights. He also designed the St. Regis apartments in Lafayette Park, the only private residence in San Francisco located in a public park. That luxurious Beaux‐Arts building established him as the architect of choice for San Francisco’s one percent of that era. For his own home, Meussdorffer migrated north to idyllic Ross, where he designed a handful of homes for his favorite clients. Today, the only Meussdorffer‐ designed residence that remains in Ross is the lovely, iconic home at 68 Bridge Road. The Bridge House retains much of the vintage architecture originally envisioned by the house’s celebrated architect, with wainscoting, box‐beam ceilings, a kaleidoscope of gorgeous windows, and some original flooring. David Nolen Swaim Owner Tam Realty Inc DRE-1070789 609 San Anselmo Ave San Anselmo CA 94960 415-710-5504 www.tamrealty.com

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *