This 9600 square foot property is a rare find in the Calles of Stinson Beach. The compound is extremely close to the heart of town, the beach, and world class trails for hiking and biking. Calle del Ribera is one of the best streets in town and known for its good neighbors. The compound is comprised of a large magical barn like house, known as “Sellmer’s Barn” and a quintessential and polished beach cabin. The barn is an artistic and whimsical retreat. It has three private sleeping rooms, two baths, and two wood burning stoves. Full of natural light the beach cabin has one bedroom, a loft, one bath, and a wood burning stove. Sellmer’s barn is named after the builder, Jacob Sellmer, AKA the marvelous Marin man, who was an exploiter of aeronautics. From 1921 to 1929 he built planes in the barn and would take off from the beach in search of fish and game violators with his son, a Marin County Sheriff. Later in the 60’s and 70’s the barn was a space for a different type of creativity. The barn has been an inspirational host to Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, The Rowan Brothers, Commander Cody, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and their music. No matter what your jam, this property is an extraordinary spot to relax, unwind, and just be.