CA home seen in ‘Blue Jasmine’ film by Woody Allen for sale

Movie director Woody Allen selected an airy waterfront Tiburon, California, household for scenes in his 2013 film “Blue Jasmine,” starring Cate Blanchett and Alec Baldwin.

The San Francisco Bay Space residence at 79 St. Thomas Way in Paradise Cay is now on the market place for $6.777 million, according to Compass real estate agency.

In the movie, the bayside retreat is the household of Peter Sarsgaard’s character Dwight, who dates the title character played by Blanchett.

In authentic life, the four-bedroom, five-lavatory dwelling is a fashionable estate that spans 5,612 square toes with a ground prepare giving expansive entertaining spaces, elegant finishes and an effortless indoor/outside life-style appropriate beside the San Francisco Bay.

“This luxury waterfront residence is in a league of its possess, all on one particular level, featuring unparalleled scale and top quality, with sweeping sights of the bay and the San Rafael bridge from virtually every single room,” in accordance to the residence listing.

Shana Rohde-Lynch with Compass is the listing agent.

There’s a terrific place, bathed in organic light, that options the living home, dining place and loved ones room — all opening onto an expansive waterfront terrace with postcard-worthy views. The inside has hardwood flooring, soaring vaulted ceilings, a fireplace and tailor made shelving.

A chef-influenced kitchen area offers granite countertops, a big centre island with counter seating, personalized cabinetry and stainless steel appliances, all adjacent to a comfortable everyday dining place.

A prospective fifth bedroom could be used as an office environment.

The property sits on a .71-acre large amount. Exterior, there is a amount garden, gardens and fruit trees.

“The remarkable location evokes leisure and tranquility to generate a private oasis from the chaotic planet,” a Compass consultant explained in an e mail.

This story was at first published June 28, 2022 5:01 PM.

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