Los Angeles Times

The setting is the story here; rolling hills and ridge-lines take in panoramic views of the city, the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. At its peak, the property rises to 590 feet above sea level.

“It’s a beautiful piece of California nature,” said co-listing agent Zach Goldsmith of Hilton & Hyland. “The sheer acreage is incredible. You can get other plots in the city that have great views, but you’ll never have this kind of land.”

The property is found at the southeastern tip of the Tiburon Peninsula about nine miles as the crow flies from the heart of San Francisco. To the north sits Old St.Hilary’s Open Space Preserve, a 122-acre plot surrounding a church built in the Carpenter Gothic style.

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Ed Leyson