296 Beach Road, Belvedere - Historic

Built in 1892 as a honeymoon cottage at which to spend summers and weekends away from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco, and since remodeled for year-round use and expanded to 5,066 square feet, the Belvedere Island “Landfall” estate was purchased for $5.8 million in 2001 and the owners subsequently invested an additional $2.5 million (plus) in property, for a total nut of $8.3 million (plus).

296 Beach Road, Belvedere - "Landfall"

Listed for $13 million in 2014, reduced to $11.8 million and then withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale last year, Landfall returned to market this past March with a $9.989 million price tag.

And on Friday, the sale of 296 Beach Road closed escrow with a contract price of $8.224 million and an effective loss for the sellers of the property.

296 Beach Road, Belvedere - Kitchen

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Oh Dear

    Love this place. Didn’t 007 have a family estate called “Skyfall Lodge”? Like that better than Landfall…sound abit like landfill.

    • Posted by Serge

      I believe they just called it Skyfall in the film. The Landfall name is not bad, considering it’s on a cliff essentially.

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