An unprecedented opportunity presents itself in the offering of 2 Cliff Road, largely considered to be the crown jewel of Belvedere Island. The iconic wood and glass waterfront residence has been in the same family for over 50 years. The property, existing residence and newly approved plans for an +- 11,400 square foot home are now available for the most discriminating buyer. Simply put, there will never be another opportunity to acquire this parcel. Perfectly site placed on mostly level 1.4 acres, the existing residence offers tall walls of glass, large public spaces, and all day sun and light with south facing exposure. Every public room, as well as the master suite, opens to a large, level outdoor terrace. Nationally recognized architect Steven Wisenbaker has recently designed a newly approved +-11,400 square foot glass and wood contemporary masterpiece that seamlessly integrates the new residence with a myriad of level outdoor level living spaces, and also includes a 1,045 square foot 3 car garage. The world class 5 bedroom, 6 full and 2 half bathroom new home offers perfectly proportioned scale with high ceilings, a very desirable floorplan, and optimal indoor/outdoor living from almost every room in the home. The approved plans also incorporate an elevator which connects every level of the home with the park like grounds and exterior entertaining areas. Old growth trees, mature gardens, a Zen garden, waterfalls, and an Architectural Digest-worthy in-ground “blue lagoon” pool define the 1.4 acres. Built into the vertical cliffs that overhang the blue waters of the San Francisco Bay, the pool and exterior terraces are reminiscent of the Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur; resort like in every way. 2 Cliff Road is truly a vacation experience at home. The residence offers a veritable moving postcard with a consistent parade of sea planes, yachts, paddle boards, and other recreational activities right at your own water’s edge. Gated and private, the property enjoys unparalleled water views that extend from the marinas of Sausalito to both towers of the Golden Gate Bridge, to downtown San Francisco, and the newly embedded light installation of the Bay Bridge.