Come fall in love with this oceanfront sanctuary known as “Belle Vue.” You are first welcomed into a lush and sun drenched courtyard. You can’t help but admire the pristine Marin mountains in this large open space of the courtyard, perfect for entertaining. Moving into the home, as you are greeted by the soaring space of the Great Room, you immediately realize that this is no ordinary beach house. The clean, modern lines of the home balance with the magical seascape to draw you into this unique oasis. The walls are vintage sunken redwood. You are in a modern house with a legacy of historic opulence that simply cannot be replicated. It is both young and old. It is both timeless and sophisticated. It is the best of indoor/outdoor living right on the Pacific Ocean. The master has a window which could easily be mistaken for art, except that it’s as ever-changing as the tide. Families will appreciate the separated 4th bedroom guest suite. At sunset, you will marvel at the twinkle of city lights in the distance from one of the best locations within Seadrift, all the while knowing you are a million miles from your cares. Welcome home to “Belle Vue.”
Butch knows that no house is perfect to begin with. Even the best properties require vision, specialist knowledge, and superior resources to market successfully. Butch sees each property’s potential and makes sure the first view potential buyers see is the best one. With more than 800 homes sold, his results testify to the wisdom of his proactive approach. “My clients, if served beyond expectations, will become lifelong advocates. Every day we set out to out-hustle and outwork our competition and it shows in our results,” he says.
Quality relationships throughout the Bay Area also position Butch and the Westward Advisory Group to be first to know about off-market sales and pocket listings, giving clients an edge in an extremely competitive market.
In his off hours, he gives back as co-creator of Dig Deep SF. The organization is the largest donator of toys in California for the Salvation Army and also supports the Raphael House and other organizations that work with families across the Bay. After living in the city for over 20 years he recently moved to Lafayette with his wife and two boys.