Commissioned by the original owner of the Belvedere Land Company, Valentine Rey, Esq., 428 Golden Gate Avenue is on the National Register of Historic Places in Marin County and was the first home built on top of Belvedere Island. It is a Willis Polk-designed Mission Revival home, constructed in 1893 and fully renovated. The redwood was milled from old growth prior to the turn of the 20th century.Built before electricity was brought to Belvedere Island, the home sits on a magical setting; it’s on the most coveted block on Belvedere, at the tip of the island and at the end of Golden Gate Avenue. A true gem that enjoys both views of the lagoon and Tiburon hills on one side and on the other, the Bay and San Francisco skyline, including both towers of the Golden Gate Bridge.Because of this historical significance, the location, and the views, this home is truly a rare find. It cannot be duplicated. It’s a home where wonderful memories can be made.