710 El Camino del Mar is one of the best-preserved examples of our native” California architectural styles, reflecting the splendor of a bygone era. Perched on an ocean cover overlooking the wonders of the Bay Area, this is truly one of San Francisco’s finest family homes. The main level of the house consists of magnificent public rooms with vaulted ceilings, a family kitchen with a breakfast room adjacent to a lovely dining room with a barrel ceiling. There is also a cozy library, an office, a mud room, and two half-baths. The scale and detail throughout this level of the home are classic Mediterranean, airy, and serene, with amazing views up the Northern Coast, the Marin Headlands, and the Golden Gate Bridge. The upper-level features 6 bedrooms, a grand primary suite, three full baths, and one split bath. There are two enclosed lanai terraces perfect for whale watching, dolphin counting, and observing maritime shipping traffic sailing in and out of the bay. The lower level comprises various flex spaces, storage, and wine cellar. This area of the house, consisting of nearly 2,000 square feet, can easily be developed into a number of uses. The garage level can easily accommodate four cars and has an additional adjacent storage area for various sports equipment.