Incredible opportunity to own an iconic, mid-century, Northern California work of architecture. The home was built in 1962 by renowned architect Daniel Liebermann, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. Constructed entirely of old-growth redwood and glass this mid-century gem is situated on over an acre of pristine, private land. Surrounded by windowed redwood trees, the property offers incredible vistas and natural sunlight. The epitome of indoor / outdoor living, every room flows graciously to the outdoors. To the East, the home is flooded with morning light and the sound of Cascade Falls. To the South, an open expanse of beautifully maintained redwood trees frames the vista across the canyon. To the West, afternoon sun bathes the courtyard and swimming pool. Cared for by the same family for over 50 years, this is a unique opportunity to own a home of architectural significance and to be its’ next curator.
Having grown up in Mill Valley, it was inevitable that I would return. After a decade in New York City, I am thrilled to be back bringing with me over 15 years of residential real estate experience. I join forces with Pacific Union, working alongside my mom, Marylisa Tencer, in the downtown Mill Valley office.
I launched my Real Estate sales career in 2001 with The Corcoran Group in New York and quickly built a loyal and steady clientele base. Having represented both buyers and sellers for five years, I was then promoted into management and was named managing director of the firm’s Brooklyn Heights office and earned recognition as a member of The Corcoran Group’s coveted President’s Council, honoring managing brokers around the country for success in operations, recruiting, and profitability.
In 2008, I opened the Corcoran Group’s Williamsburg office and as senior managing director, I oversaw more than 45 agents and catapulted the office to success. I helped to make operations profitable in a very short period of time and excelled in selecting and training top agents, including the 2008 and 2009 Brooklyn Rookies of the Year. I earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California and have also taken extensive business leadership courses at the Wharton School of Business.
Marylisa Tencer has been described by her clients as a consummate professional with the utmost integrity. She has been a real estate agent for more than a decade. She provides her clients with the most current information on positioning their property in a competitive market – from correct pricing and preparation to effective staging and presentation. Marylisa is there for her clients every step of the way with personalized service that extends well beyond the close of escrow. Service is the key to her business, and while working with both buyers and sellers and focusing on their individual needs, she brings enthusiasm, commitment, and expertise to her job as a Realtor.
Marylisa has lived in Marin County for over 40 years. She raised her family in Marin and has always been an integral part of the community. It is a tradition for her family is to serve dinner at St. Vincent’s Dining Room on Christmas Eve. She has been on the board of Kiddo and the Mill Valley Schools Community Foundation. Marylisa was president of the Redwood Guild of Sunny Hills for several years and tutored for Bridge the Gap.
Prior to becoming a real estate agent, Marylisa owned her own import company. Her experience as a parent, businesswoman, and community member in Marin, have given her a wealth of knowledge to share with her clients. Marylisa knows what the county has to offer in the way of infrastructure, businesses, schools, neighborhoods, and microclimates, which helps her to guide clients in their search for the perfect place to live.