Curbed San Francisco

One of the most gorgeous pieces of land in the Bay Area—if not the world—is up for sale. Located at the southern tip of the Tiburon peninsula, the approximately 100-acre parcel, called Easton Point, comes with views of the San Francisco skyline, Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge, San Rafael-Richmond Bridge, and Angel Island.

Owned by the Read family, who made their fortune in lumber, Easton Point has remained untouched over the decades. And the new buyer would, according to the listing agent, try to keep it as-is.

“Ultimately, the ideal buyer would purchase Easton Point for a single private residence, avoiding the proposed subdivision development or the buyer could pursue the development of the property.”

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Ed Leyson