“Blue Jasmine” may not be Woody Allen’s most lauded film, but it sure has plenty of beautiful shots of San Francisco and the Bay Area. One filming location, the Tiburon home of Peter Sarsgaard’s character, who dates Cate Blanchett’s character, just hit the market for $6.8 million.

The 5,612-square-foot waterfront property at 79 Saint Thomas Way has a huge terrace as wide as the home itself, allowing for sweeping views of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge bridge and the bay. Owners have direct access to the water, with the ability to hop in a kayak or paddle board just outside their back door. 

“The volume and scale of this house on the water makes it quite rare,” said listing agent Shana Rohde-Lynch. “The deck itself is the width of the house, which is unusually large for outdoor living.”

The great room at 79 St. Thomas, featured in Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine.”

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The great room features vaulted ceilings and a fireplace, all of which look out onto the large deck.

The dining room at 79 St. Thomas.

The dining room at 79 St. Thomas.

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There are four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms. There’s also an office located off the kitchen.

The kitchen at 79 St. Thomas.

The kitchen at 79 St. Thomas.

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The primary bedroom at 79 St. Thomas.

The primary bedroom at 79 St. Thomas.

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In addition to the terrace, there’s also a level lawn on one side and expansive gardens. 

An aerial view of Paradise Cay.

An aerial view of Paradise Cay.

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Part of the Paradise Cay neighborhood, the house is near Paradise Cay Yacht Club, where homes without their own private dock can park their boats. Paradise Cay was developed in the 1960s by Tim Moseley. Winter sports fans have likely heard of freestyle skier Jonny Moseley, a 1998 Winter Olympic gold medal winner. Many of the Moseley family members still reside in town. 

A bathroom at 79 St. Thomas.

A bathroom at 79 St. Thomas.

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Filming for “Blue Jasmine” occurred just a few years before the current owners purchased the home in 2016. 

One of the bedrooms at 79 St. Thomas. 

One of the bedrooms at 79 St. Thomas. 

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It was owned by Dr. Martin Brotman, a gastroenterologist and the former president of California Pacific Medical Center, who died in 2020. A single-level home with close proximity to the Tiburon Yacht Club is coveted, so the home is already under contract after just a week on the market.

A bay view from the Tiburon residence in Paradise Cay at 79 St. Thomas.

A bay view from the Tiburon residence in Paradise Cay at 79 St. Thomas.

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