I am soooo excited about the new project we have been working on for the past several months and am sharing some of the details below.
This is an interesting one for us since it is completely different than any of the other homes we have worked on. For starters, it is in a different state and secondly it is a historic home (113 YEARS to be exact) besides being on the Historic Register. That is a game changer right there!
Wow, what a blast and incredible eats. Hawker Fare – A Thai Isaan Eatery, invites you to jam some fun tunes, and be loud with a drink in hand while sharing plates of food and eating with your hands.
Check out their Gaeng Dang Tofu and Seen Peng with a side of Chicken Fat Rice. Oakland is on fire!!
And while you are at it, visit the Oakland Art Murmur on first Fridays.
Making a trip up to the Bay area? You must make the short trip across the Golden Gate to Marin County to Mt. Tamalpais. Mt. Tam is the highest peak in the Marin Hills, which are part of the Northern California Coast Ranges. The elevation at the East Peak, its highest point, is 2,574 feet (785 m). The mountain is clearly visible from the city of San Francisco and the East Bay region. And the Bay Bridge, Stenson Beach, and the skyline of San Francisco are all visible form the peak.
The majority of the mountain is contained in protected public lands, including Mount Tamalpais State Park, Muir Woods National Monument, and the Mount Tamalpais Watershed. It adjoins the Golden Gate National Recreation Area (which in turn adjoins Point Reyes National Seashore) as well as several Marin County Open Space Preserves. This provides nearly 40 miles (64 km) of continuous publicly accessible open space.