2 homes on two lots, architect-designed country retreat, in park-like setting. 1355, the main house, designed by the esteemed architect Henry Gutterson in 1936, is built of solid redwood, and is surrounded by gardens with stone pathways, mature trees, a koi pond, and a peek-a-boo view of the bay. 1357, the charming separate cottage, has beamed ceiling, fireplace, storage + 2 car garage. 1355 has a remodeled kitchen designed by Bennett Christopherson, in keeping with the original architecture. The kitchen opens to a sun-filled patio, the perfect setting for al fresco dining. The main house includes ample basement storage and au pair quarters: with a full bath and separate entrance. The magical guest cottage was designed to match the Old World charm of the main house; tall windows, two sleeping lofts, an office, full bath and kitchen.