Walk-through: Mill Valley compound strikes comparison to villas found in Greek Isles

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Address: 300 Summit Ave., Mill Valley

Asking price: $2.995 million

Description: Akin to the lavish hotels found in the Greek Isles, this luxurious Mediterranean home on nearly an acre offers upscale amenities, privacy and room for entertaining. There is a four-bedroom main house, a one-bedroom guest house, and a Greek-inspired poolside palapa with an outdoor barbecue and bar seating. A chef’s kitchen boasts bronze fixtures, concrete counters and stainless steel appliances, while the formal dining room features an arched alcove for displaying artwork. An open house takes place Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.

Don’t miss: The owner’s suite. Home to a balcony overlooking the pool and rear gardens, the suite includes a walk-in closet and bathroom with walk-in shower, tumbled stone floors and bronze fixtures.

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Built: 1929

Square feet: 3,510

For more information: Tracy McLaughlin, Pacific Union Real Estate, 415-699-6680, tracy@tracymclaughlin.com.