May 02, 2016

68 Bridge Rd, Ross, CA

The gated 7,900 square foot 7 bedroom 6 bath Dutch Colonial style home belonging to Grateful Dead Bassist Phil Lesh has just come to market for $10.35 million. The house sits on over two acres in the town of Ross in Marin county, just north of San Francisco.

Lesh purchased the home in 2002 for $9.35 million.

Built in 1906, the home was designed by Conrad Meussdorffer, a San Francisco native who established himself at the turn-of-the-century as the architect to the rich when he designed the luxurious St. Regis Apartments in Lafayette Park as well as the beautiful apartment building at 2006 Washington St. He designed many homes in Pacific Heights and a handful in Ross, though 68 Bridge is the only Meussdorffer residence remaining in Marin.

Interior and Exterior Photos HERE

Another Marin County property purchased by Lesh in 2015: Grateful Dead Bassist Phil Lesh Buys $4.35M Marin County Property