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Tiburon design board backs revised plan for new home on Cecilia Way

After incorporating neighbor- and town-proposed changes into a revised design, a Bel Aire couple has the green light to tear down their house and build a larger one in its place.

The Tiburon Design Review Board at its July 20 meeting voted 3-1 to approve the project from Cecilia Way homeowners Cary White and Keri Carpenter. Board member Jim Malott cast the dissenting vote, and Chair Suzanne Kim was absent.

White and Carpenter plan to replace their existing 1,412-square-foot home with a 2,622-square-foot house and a 598-square-foot attached garage. The design includes four bedrooms and three bathrooms, split across the house’s east and west sides. Plans also call for an entry powder room, a lounge and a centrally located kitchen and dining room. A great room in the back of the home leads to the backyard, which has an in-ground pool and spa.

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